Digital Desk, Kabul. More than 3.8 million Afghans received food aid in September after aid agencies stepped up their response to growing food insecurity in the country following the Taliban takeover. The Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) of the United Nations has given this information. In September, more than 3.8 million people received food aid, 21,000 children aged six-59 months and 10,000 women treated for acute malnutrition, 32,000 received non-food items including blankets and warm clothing, the agency said in a statement. . More than 10,000 children reached out with community-based education activities, the statement said. Reached 450,000 people with primary and secondary health care. Livelihood support provided to 160,000 farmers and herders. During this period, 12,000 people received emergency psycho-social and mental health support. 186,000 drought-affected people received water and 150,000 people received sanitation incentives and sanitation kits. Millions of people in Afghanistan have been deeply affected by decades of conflict and displacement, chronic poverty, the COVID-19 pandemic, a severe drought, a failing health system and an economy on the verge of collapse, the statement said. The security situation across Afghanistan has remained generally calm but uncertain since the Taliban took over in mid-August.