WSJ News Exclusive | U.S. Resuming Some Funding for Humanitarian Aid Efforts in Afghanistan

The Biden administration is restarting U.S. funding to humanitarian aid programs in Afghanistan that were halted after the Taliban took control of the country, in what senior administration officials said is a key test of whether the group will interfere in such efforts.

The U.S. Agency for International Development is redirecting more than $260 million that had been programmed for projects in Afghanistan before the Taliban takeover, the officials said, sending the money to programs providing food, medicine and other humanitarian aid needed to help the country cope with a growing economic crisis.


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