What impact does the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan have on the newly formed Taliban regime?

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The World Health Organisation has called on international donors to resume funding of Afghanistan’s healthcare program, amid fears of a humanitarian crisis. They say the country’s already-fragile healthcare system was overwhelmed – with hundreds of thousands of vulnerable Afghans deprived of access to care. International funding was suspended when the Taliban took over the country – over fears that the money would be used to support the new administration.

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