The World Save the Children says 80,000 children have been displaced in Afghanistan in the past two months in need of food, shelter and health care.
Hundreds of thousands of other children in Afghanistan are being severely malnourished in camps due to food shortages and drought.
In the past two months, at least 130,000 people in Afghanistan have been forced to flee their homes, 60 percent of them are children. Just in the last 12 months the total number of displaced children rose to 362,000 stated a UN report.
The World Save the Children says 5.7 million children under the age of five are currently starving, and Afghanistan has the second highest number of hungry people in the world. It added that half of children under the age of five in Afghanistan are also likely to suffer from malnutrition.