The aid is being provided through an organization called Fradata, said the WFP representative in the province.

Habibullah Amiri said at the inauguration of a training program for 42 Fradata workers, who will manage the distribution of food aid, that facilities and aid would be made available to the institute in a timely manner.

Khadir Rahim Himmat, the head of Fradata institute, told Pajhwok that food items would be distributed to 100,000 eligible families after the completion of a survey in coordination with local scholars and influential people.

The items to be distributed include flour, rice, peas, beans, ghee and food supplements for malnourished children and pregnant women.

He pointed out that the aid distribution process would begin on January 1, 2022 and would take six months to complete.

The distribution of humanitarian aid by the international community to the Afghans has been ongoing for some time. The process is currently underway in different provinces.