Twenty-three million people are starving in Afghanistan, according to Zaher Wahab, Professor Emeritus at Lewis and Clark Graduate School of Education. Because of massive corruption and cronyism during the U. S. occupation added to 20 years of no development of infrastructure and now world sanctions and frozen assets led by the U. S., Afghanistan has gone from a country where people would come for higher education challenges to a country of no work, no food, and no opportunity. Wahab and others call for the U. S. to Unfreeze Aid to Afghanistan.
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