- OCHA: Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 56, 1–30 September 2016
- WFP Afghanistan Country Brief, August 2016
- OCHA Afghanistan 2016 Flash Appeal: Situation Update No. 1 (17 Sep 2016)
Appeals & Funding
- Afghanistan Flash Appeal: One Million People on the Move (Covering Sep-Dec 2016)
- 2016 Humanitarian Needs Overview
- 2016 Humanitarian Response Plan
- Humanitarian Action for Children 2016
- WHO Humanitarian Response Plan 2016
- Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF) in 2016 PDF XLS
A Look at What's Inside
A Look at What's Inside
Recipient: Mecroryan Medical Clinic
Shipment Number: 3577
Shipment Date: 9/24/2003
Testimony of Andrew S. Natsios,
Before the House Appropriations Foreign Operations Subcommittee
Mr. Chairman, thank you for this opportunity to speak with you and members of the Committee in support of the President's supplemental request and the U.S. Government's considerable accomplishments in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Brussels (dpa) - The Kabul-based international security force in Afghanistan must be given an expanded mandate to curb increased inter-factional fighting and violence outside the capital, European Union aid officials said Tuesday.
"The security environment in Afghanistan is deteriorating...a vast majority of people support an expansion of the international force,'' Peter Burgess of the E.U. Humanitarian Aid Office (ECHO) told reporters.
"Everybody's task would be made easier if the security situation in Afghanistan improves,'' he said.
4835th Meeting (AM)
The restoration of the rule of law was a sine qua non for the sustainable resolution of conflict and the rebuilding of secure, orderly and humane societies, Jean-Marie Guéhenno, Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, told the Security Council this morning as it considered "Justice and the Rule of Law: the role of the United Nations". Too often, he said, the United Nations had failed to give that critical sector the importance it was due.
In August of 2003, Mohammad Khan Kharoti, his daughter Sultana (26) and his son Yama (19) traveled to the GVS schools in Sheen Kallay, Afghanistan. Their mission was to help build four new classrooms for the girls' school and a perimeter wall. Sultana and Yama, who were returning to their homeland for the first time in seventeen years, also went to teach English and mathematics, respectively.
Kabul/Brussels, 30 September 2003: As Afghanistan embarks on an ambitious program to demobilise large numbers commanders and fighters, greater international engagement in the process is essential. This disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DR) process must succeed if the shattered country is ever to achieve an acceptable level of stability.
Bumper harvest brings benefits and consequences
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Opening statement by Mr. Ruud Lubbers UN High Commissioner for Refugees at the Fifty-fourth Session of the Executive Committee of the High Commissioner's Programme
(Geneva, 29 September 2003)
REPATRIATION TO AFGHANISTAN FROM IRAN & PAKISTAN
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS
MAZAR-I-SHARIF, Afghanistan, Sept 29 (AFP) - Suspected militants torched two tented girls' schools in northern Afghanistan at the weekend and left behind leaflets warning girls not to go to school, a UN official said Monday.
The schools were set alight Saturday in Chahar Bolak, 40 kilometres (25 miles) northwest of the main northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif, said the UN official who wished to remain anonymous.
Kabul, 29 September 2003 - ACBAR, an umbrella organization representing over ninety national and international NGOs working in Afghanistan, is shocked and deeply saddened by yet another fatal attack on NGO staff this month. On September 24, staff from VARA, (Voluntary Association for Rehabilitation of Afghanistan), an Afghan NGO, came under direct attack from gunmen traveling in a taxi. The NGO staff were traveling in a pickup van through Helmand province on their way from Delaram to Kandahar.
GENEVA - Welcoming Iraq's new Minister for Displacement and Migration to the annual meeting of UNHCR's 64-nation Executive Committee, High Commissioner Ruud Lubbers declared Monday that he was ready to work with Iraqi authorities to prepare for the return of hundreds of thousands of refugees.