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Afghanistan: Cross-Border Movement from Pakistan (as of 14 Oct 2014)

Military operations (ongoing since June 2014) in North Waziristan Agency (NWA) in Pakistan have led to the displacement of thousands of people to surrounding districts in Paktika and Khost provinces in Afghanistan. As of 14 October 2014, 33,481 displaced families had been assessed. Response is ongoing based on an estimated 27,000 families in need of humanitarian assistance.

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Afghanistan: Cross-Border Movement from Pakistan (as of 14 Oct 2014)

Military operations (ongoing since June 2014) in North Waziristan Agency (NWA) in Pakistan have led to the displacement of thousands of people to surrounding districts in Paktika and Khost provinces in Afghanistan. As of 14 October 2014, 33,481 displaced families had been assessed. Response is ongoing based on an estimated 27,000 families in need of humanitarian assistance.

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Afghanistan Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 32 | 01 - 30 September 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

  • WFP warns of $30 million funding shortfall.

  • CERF gives $4 million to support refugees in Khost and Paktika.

  • Milder winter predicted as Humanitarian community prepares for winter

FUNDING

406 million requested (US$)

58% funded

Refugees in Khost, Paktika brace for winter

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Cash transfer programmes in Afghanistan: Taking Stock of Recent and On-Going Research

In a challenging Afghan environment, Cash Transfer Programmes (CTPs) have proven to be an efficient, safe, and flexible assistance tool that has delivered all or part of a response: i) in emergency or development situations; ii) across a large spectrum of activities (livelihoods, WASH, food security), and iii) in diverse geographic locations (urban and rural communities). To fuel the on-going debate, we listed key findings and lessons learned from Samuel Hall’s most recent publications.

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Afghanistan: Minimum Winter Temperature and Prevalence of Pneumonia (2013-2014)

Notes:
1) The minimum temperature by district was derived from World Climate data, which provides monthly averages from 1950 to 2000 (http://www.worldclim.org/). 30 second arc grid cell size.

2) The minimum temperature is the average of the minimum temperatures for the months of December, January, February and March.

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Afghanistan: Minimum Winter Temperature and Prevalence of Acute Diarrhoeal Disease (2013-2014)

Notes:

1) The minimum temperature by district was derived from World Climate data, which provides monthly averages from 1950 to 2000 (http://www.worldclim.org/). 30 second arc grid cell size.

2) The minimum temperature is the average of the minimum temperatures for the months of December, January, February and March.

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Afghanistan: Minimum Winter Temperature and Presence of IDPs Displaced in the Last Year (as of 6 Oct 2014)

Notes:
1) The minimum temperature by district was derived from World Climate data, which provides monthly averages from 1950 to 2000 (http://www.worldclim.org/). 30 second arc grid cell size.
2) The minimum temperature is the average of the minimum temperatures for the months of December, January, February and March.

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Afghanistan: Kabul Informal Settlements (KIS) (as of 30 September 2014)

Note: Map contains "Table of KIS Sites with GPS Coordinates and Population Figures" in the second page

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CERF Quarterly Update: July - September 2014

Q3 2014 SUMMARY

During the third quarter of 2014, the humanitarian community relied on rapid and strategic CERF funding to kick-start emergency operations and to keep life-saving programmes running. The Emergency Relief Coordinator (ERC) allocated US$70 million from CERF to help humanitarian partners in 20 countries respond to some of the most urgent crises worldwide.

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Afghanistan: Operational Capacity (3W) - (July to September 2014)

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Afghanistan: Humanitarian Overview - Hirat Province, September 2014

Context: The relative security of the province together with the significant livelihood, economic and commercial opportunities created by trade with Iran have attracted people fleeing conflict, natural disaster and poverty over the last 20 years: the province hosts today one of the largest IDP populations in the country. Hirat city is the base for a significant humanitarian, development and diplomatic presence and has one of the better resourced disaster response mechanisms in the Western Region. Recent security incidents have affected the movement of NGOs to rural areas.

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Afghanistan: Humanitarian Overview - Badghis Province, September 2014

Context: The province ranks third in the CHAP 2014 with comparatively negative indicators across all sectors. Badghis is vulnerable to natural disasters with predictable and recurrent natural hazards (flooding and drought) having localised but significant impact, particularly in rain-fed areas. The province is also affected by conflict, sharing a border with the highly contested province of Faryab but without experiencing its high rate of displacement. There is a high degree of dependence on the humanitarian community to prepare and respond to emergencies.

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Afghanistan: Humanitarian Overview - Ghor Province, September 2014

Context: The CHAP 2014 identified Ghor as the province with the fifth highest relative humanitarian need in Afghanistan. The province is chronically food insecure with dependence on rain-fed agriculture, making it vulnerable to recurrent droughts. Seasonal flooding has often localized but significant impact. The mountainous terrain, poor road infrastructure and the seasonal and security-related closure of intra and inter-provincial roads reduce people’s access to services and challenge the reach of humanitarian responders.

Key Messages

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Afghanistan: Humanitarian Overview - Farah Province, September 2014

Context: The province has the highest risk profiles in Afghanistan as a result of poor access to basic health services, restricted humanitarian access and exposure to drought. It is the most contested area in the Western Region with civilians in the northern, central and eastern districts significantly exposed to conflict. Basic services provision outside of the provincial capital is minimal. The province has few resources and insecurity has affected the presence and reach of NGOs.

Key Messages

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