Afghanistan

Afghanistan Drought Joint Appeal (July 2006)

25 July 2006

Afghanistan is facing an imminent food crisis due to inadequate rainfall in the months of April and May. The drought conditions will affect up to an estimated 2.5 million people living in mostly rain-fed agro-ecological zones affected by drought. This estimate is in addition to the 6.5 million people who are seasonally or chronically food insecure.

Afghanistan Drought
Joint Appeal

Extension - October 2006

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Mid-Year Review of Common Humanitarian Action Plan for Afghanistan 2013

Kabul
1 July 2013

The humanitarian situation in Afghanistan continues to deteriorate, with growing needs amongst internally displaced people (IDPs), other people struggling with the impact of conflict and natural disasters and communities exposed to communicable diseases coupled with challenges for some populations to access basic services.

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1218
Cluster Reporting Table (Word): 
1217

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Common Humanitarian Action Plan for Afghanistan 2013

Kabul
26 December 2012

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Afghanistan Joint Appeal for the Humanitarian Consequences of the Rise in Food Prices 2008

Kabul
23 January 2008

Eighty percent of the population of Afghanistan relies on agriculture, which contributes more than 50% to GDP.  Wheat, used to make bread, is the staple food of the vast majority of Afghans and the most important food crop in the domestic economy.

Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Action Plan for Afghanistan 2009

Kabul
21 July 2009

Under-reported by the media and thus less known to the outside world, Afghanistan’s humanitarian crisis is currently defined by some of the following statistics:

Humanitarian Action Plan for Afghanistan 2009

Kabul
14 January 2009

Mid-Year Review of the Consolidated Appeal for Afghanistan 2012

Kabul
20 July 2012

Humanitarian needs in Afghanistan continue to mount while financial resources to respond are declining, as reflected in funding to actions coordinated in the 2012 Consolidated Appeal (CAP) and contributions to the Emergency Response Fund.  Funding shortfalls are most likely to affect internally displaced people (IDPs), chronically vulnerable people coping with the consequences of the harshest winter for 15 years, victims of sudden-onset and natural disasters, and communities exposed to communicable disease.

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Consolidated Appeal for Afghanistan 2012

Kabul
15 December 2011

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