- OCHA: Extreme Weather Regional Overview (as of 24 March 2015)
- Listening to women and girls displaced to urban Afghanistan
- The A to Z Guide to Assistance in Afghanistan 2015
Appeals & Funding
Since 1 February, an estimated 8,176 families have been affected by floods, rain, heavy snow and avalanches in 133 districts in 24 provinces. A total of 281 people were killed and 81 people were injured. 1,429 houses were completely destroyed and 6,357 houses were damaged.
MRRD to present to cabinet the consolidated spring contingency plan for Afghanistan.
Since 1 February, an estimated 7,018 families have been affected by floods, rain, heavy snow and avalanches in 120 districts in 22 provinces. A total of 254 people were killed and 72 people were injured. 1,312 houses were completely destroyed and 5,285 houses were damaged.
180 ANA flights were carried out for search and rescue operations and emergency food and NFI distributions.
6,125 individuals received health related services from the MoPH health response teams.
6,181 families affected by extreme weather
Thousands of malnourished Afghan children reached at Medair clinics with CHF fund
CHF first allocation will provide 22 million dollars for lifesaving action.
405 million requested (US$)
Since 1 February 2015, an estimated 6,181 families have been affected by floods, rain, heavy snow and avalanches in 120 districts in 22 provinces. A total of 224 people were killed and 74 people1 were injured. 1,381 houses were completely destroyed and 4,632 houses were damaged2 .
The government has declared a phase out of the emergency response in Panjsher.
160 families were reportedly displaced by heavy snowfall in four districts of Faryab province.
1 Strategic Response Plans in the MENA region received US$ 2.1 billion. The largest recipient was Syria, with US$ 1.08 billion, followed by Iraq with US$ 851.6 million. In total, the appeals and SRPs are 32.9% funded with a 67.1% shortfall.
2 The Syrian Humanitarian Response Plan (SHARP) and the Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (3RP) jointly requested US$ 6.79 billion. The total amount received is US$ 1.18 billion (17.3%), which leaves a total shortfall of US$ 5.62 billion (82.7%).
An estimated 5,464 families have been affected by floods, rain, heavy snow and avalanches in 104 districts in 21 provinces. A total of 212 people were killed and 69 people were injured. 999 houses were completely destroyed and 4,116 houses were damaged1.
Close to 2,500 families were affected by flooding in the eastern region. 70% of those reportedly affected are in Nangarhar province2.