There are no official statistics on the number of casualties due to air pollution in Afghanistan, but according to the World Air Pollution Authority’s report, there are more than 26,000 deaths in Afghanistan in 2017 and according to UN statistics at the same year, 3483 civilians were killed as a result of the war in Afghanistan. Kabul, a city of about six million people, is considered one of the most polluted capitals in the world. Years of war and instability have ravaged the city’s infrastructure and left thousands struggling with poverty and displacement. In addition to running old cars in the city and consuming low-quality fuels, many families are working to combat the cold and cook food using coal, garbage and plastics. Based on the   available statistics, most of the casualties due to air pollution in Kabul are due to indoor air pollution. According to the World Air Pollution Authority’s 2017 report, from the 26000 deaths due to air pollution more than, 19400 deaths were related to air pollution in homes and neighborhoods.As part of the let’s do world cleanup BRD is leading and managing the cleanup complain as an awareness is one of the key civic action which bring together, volunteers, civil society, private and local authority to work to gather for communities with our waste and trash. In Addition to that BRD   through its keep it clean plan building capacity of youth to effectively engaged in raising the awareness at the household level on the hazard of waste, trash and air pollution to the health and responsibility for reducing and proper  management of their waste, which will contribute toward reducing air pollutions and clean environment.

Air pollution is more deadlier than the current war in Afghanistan
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