Millions in Afghanistan are in danger of starvation with food running out as winter approaches, the BBC reported.
"Ninety-five percent of the people don't have enough food, and now we're looking at 23 million people marching towards starvation," David Beasley, director of the World Food Programme, told the BBC.
The WFP is currently sending more food than normal to the country to account for the shortage, according to the BBC.
Beasley called on world leaders and billionaires to donate to the country.
"To the world leaders, to the billionaires: imagine that this was your little girl or your little boy, or your grandchild about to starve to death," he said.
David Beasley, Beasley