In regions Afghanistan and Asia and in groups Afghanistan and Asia

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June 2022

Afghanistan is descending into the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. Amidst the backdrop of an already dire situation following 40 years of war, economic decline, price increases, and rising poverty.

  • 56 partners
  • $374.0 M (23%) required (funded)
  • 10.9 M / 1.9 M / 1.4 M people in need / targeted / reached

March 2022

Afghanistan is descending into the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. Amidst the backdrop of an already dire situation following 40 years of war, economic decline, price increases, and rising poverty. In 2021 the people of Afghanistan faced intensified conflict, the worst drought in 27 years, the withdrawal of international forces and then the leadership transition in August 2021.

  • 56 partners
  • $374.0 M (14%) required (funded)
  • 10.9 M / 1.9 M / 0.6 M people in need / targeted / reached

December 2021

Afghanistan is descending into the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. Amidst the backdrop of an already dire situation following 40 years of war, economic decline, price increases, and rising poverty. In 2021 the people of Afghanistan faced intensified conflict, the worst drought in 27 years, the withdrawal of international forces and then the leadership transition in August 2021.

  • 40 partners
  • $109.2 M (54%) required (funded)
  • 6.6 M / 1.0 M / 1.1 M people in need / targeted / reached

November 2021

In 2021 the ES-NFI Cluster will continue all its core activities – emergency shelter; non-food items; transitional shelter; and winterization support. The Cluster will prioritize the provision of timely and targeted life-saving assistance through the delivery of emergency shelter and household items to affected people. Standard NFI kits will continue to be distributed where needed.

  • 40 partners
  • $109.2 M (52%) required (funded)
  • 6.6 M / 1.0 M / 0.9 M people in need / targeted / reached

October 2021

In 2021 the ES-NFI Cluster will continue all its core activities – emergency shelter; non-food items; transitional shelter; and winterization support. The Cluster will prioritize the provision of timely and targeted life-saving assistance through the delivery of emergency shelter and household items to affected people. Standard NFI kits will continue to be distributed where needed.

  • 40 partners
  • $109.2 M (52%) required (funded)
  • 6.6 M / 1.0 M / 0.6 M people in need / targeted / reached

July 2021

In 2021 the ES-NFI Cluster will continue all its core activities – emergency shelter; non-food items; transitional shelter; and winterization support. The Cluster will prioritize the provision of timely and targeted life-saving assistance through the delivery of emergency shelter and household items to affected people. Standard NFI kits will continue to be distributed where needed.

  • 40 partners
  • $109.2 M (16%) required (funded)
  • 6.6 M / 1.0 M / 0.4 M people in need / targeted / reached

May 2021

In 2021 the ES-NFI Cluster will continue all its core activities – emergency shelter; non-food items; transitional shelter; and winterization support. The Cluster will prioritize the provision of timely and targeted life-saving assistance through the delivery of emergency shelter and household items to affected people. Standard NFI kits will continue to be distributed where needed.

  • 40 partners
  • $109.2 M (7%) required (funded)
  • 6.6 M / 1.0 M / 0.3 M people in need / targeted / reached

March 2021

In 2021 the ES-NFI Cluster will continue all its core activities – emergency shelter; non-food items; transitional shelter; and winterization support. The Cluster will prioritize the provision of timely and targeted life-saving assistance through the delivery of emergency shelter and household items to affected people. Standard NFI kits will continue to be distributed where needed.

  • 40 partners
  • $109.2 M (0%) required (funded)
  • 6.6 M / 1.0 M / 0.3 M people in need / targeted / reached

December 2020

With 70 per cent of Afghanistan being mountainous, many people living in high altitude areas remain susceptible to harsher weather conditions. Insufficient access to blankets and heating materials for the winter season is also a significant driver of need, with 64 per cent of households reportedly owning less than one blanket per household member – due to reduced ability to cope derived by interrupted livelihoods.

  • 40 partners
  • $122.9 M (29%) required (funded)
  • 5.2 M / 1.5 M / 0.8 M people in need / targeted / reached

October 2020

With 70 per cent of Afghanistan being mountainous, many people living in high altitude areas remain susceptible to harsher weather conditions. Insufficient access to blankets and heating materials for the winter season is also a significant driver of need, with 64 per cent of households reportedly owning less than one blanket per household member – due to reduced ability to cope derived by interrupted livelihoods.

  • 40 partners
  • $122.9 M (16%) required (funded)
  • 5.4 M / 1.5 M / 0.4 M people in need / targeted / reached