- Winter Assistance to the Kabul Informal Settlements 2014/2015 Report on the Post-Distribution Monitoring Survey, April 2015
- UNOCHA: Afghanistan Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 38 | 01 - 31 March 2015
- The A to Z Guide to Assistance in Afghanistan 2015
Appeals & Funding
1. Introduction and background
This report presents the results of a post-distribution monitoring survey that was conducted between 2 and 9 March 2015 to assess the effectiveness of winter assistance provided by six organisations (ADRA, DRC, Islamic Relief, VUSAF, Welthungerhilfe, WFP) to 51 Kabul Informal Settlements (KIS) during the winter 2014/2015. The survey was conducted under the auspices of the Kabul Informal Settlements Task Force.
1.1. Kabul Informal Settlements
Five Save the Children staff killed in Uruzgan
1,000s displaced in Helmand
AfghanAid supports flood victims with Cash for Fuel
Monitoring Humanitarian Risk
405 million requested (US$)
In June 2014, military operations in North Waziristan Agency (NWA) in Pakistan led to the displacement of some 300,000 people to surrounding districts of Khost and Paktika in Afghanistan. The border and population remains fluid with refugees cross into and out of Afghanistan on a regular basis. UNHCR is currently undertaking a re-verification process. As for 8 April, the total re-verified active caseload is 34,9181 families (241,641 individuals) with 25,301 families (174,322 individuals) in Khost and 9,617 (67,319 individuals) in Paktika.
Kabul, 11 April 2015: Reacting to the announcement by Save the Children International that five members of their national staff, who were abducted on 3 March in Uruzgan province, were found dead on 10 April, Mark Bowden, the Humanitarian Coordinator, has made the following statement:
"I am deeply saddened by this shocking news. I share the grief of our colleagues at Save the Children International and the families of those killed.
Since 1 February, an estimated 8,827 families have been affected by floods, rain, heavy snow and avalanches in 137 districts in 24 provinces. A total of 291 people were killed and 96 people were injured. 1,454 houses were completely destroyed and 7,119 houses were damaged.
7,180 km of primary and secondary roads were cleaned by the Ministry of Public Works.
Close to 3,200 families in 21 provinces received Afghan Red Crescent Society food and NFIs.
Afghanistan swore in Ashraf Ghani as its second democratically elected president in 2014. The period of political uncertainty surrounding the election fuelled further violence in the country. The year saw an increase in conflict related deaths, injuries and displacement, an influx of 280,178 Pakistanis seeking refuge in Afghanistan, significant malnutrition needs, and massive flooding in the north with 7,643 homes destroyed.
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$)