- IOM: Return of Undocumented Afghans - Weekly Situation Report (10 - 16 September 2017)
- OCHA: Weekly Field Report | 4 - 10 September 2017 [EN/Dari]
- OCHA Afghanistan Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 67 | 01 – 31 August 2017
Appeals & Funding
- 2017 Humanitarian Needs Overview
- 2017 Humanitarian Response Plan
- 2017 Humanitarian Response Plan Mid-Year Review of Financing, Achievements and Response Challenges (Jan - Jun 2017)
- Humanitarian Action for Children 2017
- Country-based Pooled Fund
- Afghanistan: Avalanches and Floods - Jan 2017
- Afghanistan/Pakistan: Earthquake - Oct 2015
- Afghanistan: Avalanches, Floods and Landslides - Feb 2015
- Afghanistan: Flash Floods and Landslides - Apr 2014
- Afghanistan: Flash Floods - Aug 2013
- Afghanistan: Earthquake - Apr 2013
- Afghanistan: Floods and Landslides - Feb 2013
- Afghanistan: Flash Floods - Jul 2012
- Afghanistan: Earthquakes - Jun 2012
- Afghanistan: Measles Outbreak - Feb 2012
ISLAMABAD, 28 February (IRIN) - A workshop intended to help inculcate Afghan refugee children with their nation's culture and values opened in the western Pakistani city of Peshawar on Monday.
The humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, worsened by drought, required urgent action to prevent a catastrophe, Kenzo Oshima, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, told correspondents at Headquarters today as he briefed them on his recent trip to that country.
The Newsletter of the International Council of Voluntary Agencies (ICVA)
EDITORIAL: HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS OVERLOOKED BY THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Describing a colossal human tragedy unfolding in Afghanistan as a result of long-running war and severe drought, the United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator today urged donors to provide $250 million to avert further death and displacement among the Afghan people.
Pledges and Contributions
The mission of the WHO Department of Emergency and Humanitarian Action is to increase, through a concerted effort across WHO, the capacity and self-reliance of countries in the prevention of disasters, preparation for emergencies, mitigation of their health consequences, and the creation of a synergy between emergency action and sustainable development.
We follow with deep concern and regret the continuation of the fighting in Afghanistan.
The humanitarian tragedy caused by the ongoing clashes has gained alarming proportions. Since last July, thousands of people have lost their lives, tens of thousands of people have been internally displaced mainly in northern Afghanistan, and some have sought refuge outside of the country due to the continuing clashes.
Alan Kreczko urges broad-based, negotiated settlement
Alan J, Kreczko, Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration, said in an interview on February 23 for the United Nations Office of the Coordinator for Humanitarian Assistance that the U.S. will continue to take the lead in providing international assistance to the Afghan people.
"Already this year, we have contributed millions of dollars to the UNCHR, the ICRC, and several non-governmental organizations.
Islamabad (dpa) - Afghanistan's Taliban regime said Monday it had received no reports of any damage from the strong earthquake that shook the country on Sunday.
''We have no reports of any damage or casualties from the areas we control,'' Taliban spokesman Qari Fazle Rabbi told the private Afghan Islamic Press (AIP) agency.
The Islamic Taliban control more than 90 per cent territory of the country.
Opponents of the Islamic Taliban who control northern provinces of Takhar and Badakhshan which were worst-hit also did not report any damage.
Ref: OCHA/GVA - 2001/0048
OCHA Situation Report No. 1
Afghanistan - Earthquake
01/02/25 02:21:59 UTC 36.44N 70.91E Depth: 202.4 km 6.1M
HINDU KUSH REGION, AFGHANISTAN
45 miles (70 km) SSE of Feyzabad, Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD, 23 February (IRIN) - In an interview with IRIN after the recent tightening of sanctions against the Taliban leadership in Afghanistan, Alan J Kreczko said the United States advocated a broad-based, political solution to the conflict in Afghanistan.
This report includes: (A) Northern Caucasus (B) Southern Africa 1) Zambia, 2) Mozambique, 3) Angola, 4) Namibia (C) West and Central Asia 1) Afghanistan, 2) Tajikistan, 3) Pakistan, 4) Iran (D) Palestinian Territory (E) East Timor (F) Great Lakes 1) Burundi, 2) D.R. Congo (G) Greater Horn of Africa 1) Kenya, 2) Eritrea, 3) Ethiopia (H) Sierra Leone
Islamabad (Office of the United Nations Co-ordinator for Afghanistan), 23 February 2001 -- The United Nations Co-ordinator for Afghanistan today signed an agreement with the European Union for 3.8 million euros (US$3.44 million) for the Mine Action Programme for Afghanistan. The funds have been channelled through the United Nations Development Programme.
UMCOR has sent an additional grant for earthquake relief in El Salvador. More than 1 =BD million people are homeless--nearly one-fifth of the population. This UMCOR grant will provide plastic sheeting, nails and other materials to construct temporary shelters in two communities that have received no other assistance. Please give to UMCOR Advance #911447-8 "El Salvador Earthquake."
Department of Emergency and Humanitarian Action
Following is a fact sheet issued by the State Department on February 23 on the suffering in Afghanistan:
(begin fact sheet)
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
UN SANCTIONS DO NOT EXACERBATE THE HUMANITARIAN SITUATION IN AFGHANISTAN
February 23, 2001
-- According to initial reports by Under Secretary for Humanitarian Affairs Kenzo Oshima, following his trip to the region in early February 2001, the humanitarian situation facing Afghans is grave and worsening quickly.
Médecins Sans Frontières a interrompu en décembre 2000 sa participation au programme de rapatriement volontaire des réfugiés afghans, organisé par le Haut Commissariat aux Réfugiés (HCR) et les autorités iraniennes. Interview de Pierre Salignon, responsable de programmes à MSF.