8am: Following the heavy rainfalls and floods in several provinces of Afghanistan, the Taliban Acting Foreign Ministry has called on the world and international organizations to help the affected people and the victims. Click here to read more (external link).
8am: Local sources in Badghis province have reported that the heavy rainfalls and floods in this province have caused human and financial losses to the residents. As a result of the incident, five people are killed and more than 20 houses are completely destroyed. Click here to read more (external link).
8am: The authorities in the Department of Disaster Management of Parwan province have reported that due to heavy rains and floods, the residents of the province have suffered huge financial losses. Dozens of houses, shops, and 300 acres of agricultural land have been destroyed in the last couple of days in Salang, Jabal Saraj, and
8am: Due to heavy rains over the past three days, Panjshir, Nuristan, and Faryab provinces have witnessed devastating floods. Click here to read more (external link).
8am: The Meteorological Department of the country has warned of heavy rains and floods in 19 provinces. According to the department, Herat, Badghis, Faryab, Jowzjan, Balkh, Samangan, Sar-e-Pol, Ghor, Urozgan, Daikundi, Ghazni, Bamiyan, Maidan Wardak, Baghlan, Panjshir, Parwan, Kunduz, Takhar, and Badakhshan provinces, including Salang highways, are witnessing heavy rains and floods. Click here to
8am: At least 11 people were killed and 23 others were injured due to floods and snowstorms across the country. This statistic has been recorded across the country for the past three days after the floods, the Taliban-affiliated news agency Bakhtar reported on (Wednesday, January 5th). Click here to read more (external link).
By RFE/RL’s Radio Azadi Ron Synovitz November 16, 2021 When Qudratullah lost his family’s farm in northern Afghanistan earlier this year, it was not because of war. It was due to a severe drought — one of the extreme weather conditions in Afghanistan that is blamed on global climate change. The displaced 58-year-old once supported an
8am: More than a year and three months after the floods hit the city of Charikar in Parwan province, no shelter has been provided for the flood victims. Some of Charikar flood victims now live in door-less, wall-less ruins. They have disturbing accounts of their lives. Click here to read more (external link).
Ariana: Over 60 people have been killed and dozens are still missing after a deadly flash flood swept away Mehrdish village in Nuristan province on Wednesday night. Nuristan Governor Haafiz Abdul Qayum said floods swept through the village in Nuristan’s Kamdesh district on Wednesday night, completely destroying the village. Click here to read more (external
Ariana: At least three people have died in flash floods in northern Samangan province, local officials said Monday. Abdul Munir Rahimi, a spokesman for Samangan police, told Ariana News that flash floods swept through Shabashak village in Dara Soaf Bala district of the province on Sunday night. Click here to read more (external link).