Flooding has wrought widespread devastation in central and eastern Afghan provinces in recent weeks, washing away thousands of houses and exacerbating the country’s economic and humanitarian crisis. The official said that 182 people had been killed by floods this month and 250 injured. More than 3,100 houses had been completely destroyed and thousands of livestock were killed. Therefore, Khushi district is one of the most affected areas badly affected by floods. The aid workers described widespread destruction from the powerful floods in recent days, with fields of crops reduced to mud and bodies of dead animals lying in piles.




Around 20,0000 people in the district were affected by flooding and 20 people, including at least six children had been killed with two more missings, the UN children’s agency said.Based on an assessment conducted by NMAWO with close coordination of established Khushi Flood Committee, around 2194 families have been badly affected by floods, people lost their houses, fields, villages, transportation ways, public services and structures, and now they are living under the tents at newly established IDPs