KABUL: German Aid for Afghan Children (GAAC) has distributed a big amount of edible-items for up to 450 Internally Displaced People (IDPs) living in the capital Kabul, the other day.
The aids have been distributed among the displaced families from Kunduz, Helmand, Kandahar and Baghlan provinces and live in Kabul.
Briefing a ceremony following the distribution process, Mustafa Shahab, the deputy director of the charity institution, assured that the process of the food packages distribution would continue for the needy and destitute families on a monthly basis. This is to be note that the German Aid for Afghan Children has implemented significant activities in the fields of construction of schools, universities, orphanages, educational and vocational training courses for homeless children in villages and towns of Afghanistan. Dr. Reinhard Eros, president of the Institute, have been working in the field of reconstruction, foodstuff and household for the people of Afghanistan since 2001. The organizer and coordinator of these activities in Afghanistan is Mohammad Alim Jana Shahab.