International organization Save the Children in a report said that 97 percent of families can’t prepare food for their children, and they are "going to bed hungry."
“Life is dire for children in Afghanistan, one year since the Taliban took control. Children are going to bed hungry night after night.
They’re exhausted and wasting away, unable to play and study like they used to. They’re spending their days toiling in brick factories,
collecting rubbish and cleaning homes instead of going to school,” said Chris Nyamandi, Save the Children Country Director in Afghanistan.
Mursel (alias) is a girl who works morning to night as a street vendor in Kabul to buy food for her family.
Mursal says that her daily income is 200 or 300 Afghani and that is not enough for her family's expenses.