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11 Jun 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

20 districts assessed

384 settlements with largest IDP and return populations assessed

1,808 key informants interviewed

2,74,2878 individuals reside in the assessed settlements

418,120 residents (13%) are returnees from abroad

248,493 IDPs currently in host communities

88,861 residents fled as IDPs

100,016 residents (14%) are former IDPs who returned home

21,215 residents fled abroad as out-migrants

15,386 returnees and IDPs (2.4%) live in tents or the open air

11 Jun 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

5 districts assessed

152 settlements with largest IDP and return populations assessed

629 key informants interviewed

534,377 individuals reside in the assessed settlements

86,284 residents (13%) are returnees from abroad

39,396 IDPs currently in host communities

82,068 residents fled as IDPs

9,406 residents (14%) are former IDPs who returned home

19,629 residents fled abroad as out-migrants

6,157 returnees and IDPs live in tents or the open air

11 Jun 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

7 districts assessed

199 settlements with largest IDP and return populations assessed

1,121 key informants interviewed

632,938 individuals reside in the assessed settlements

95,154 residents (13%) are returnees from abroad

34,920 IDPs currently in host communities

64,644 residents fled as IDPs

624,410 residents (14%) are former IDPs who returned home

78,839 residents fled abroad as out-migrants returnees and IDPs (2.4%) live in tents or the open air

11 Jun 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

15 districts assessed

199 settlements with largest IDP and return populations assessed

1,033 key informants interviewed

603,338 individuals reside in the assessed settlements

87,964 residents (13%) are returnees from abroad

66,302 IDPs currently in host communities

37,380 residents fled as IDPs

24,236 residents (14%) are former IDPs who returned home

7,611 residents fled abroad as out-migrants

1,356 returnees and IDPs live in tents or the open air

11 Jun 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

9 districts assessed

201 settlements with largest IDP and return populations assessed

828 key informants interviewed

1,744,347 individuals reside in the assessed settlements

117,023 residents (13%) are returnees from abroad

111,700 IDPs currently in host communities

6,748 residents fled as IDPs

21,290 residents (14%) are former IDPs who returned home

20,465 residents fled abroad as out-migrants

5,625 returnees and IDPs (2.4%) live in tents or the open air

11 Jun 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

11 districts assessed

201 settlements with largest IDP and return populations assessed

1,193 key informants interviewed

6,37,350 individuals reside in the assessed settlements

74,908 residents (13%) are returnees from abroad

51,412 IDPs currently in host communities

37,008 residents fled as IDPs

157,187 residents are former IDPs who returned home

50,999 residents fled abroad as out-migrants returnees and IDPs live in tents or the open air

11 Jun 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

16 districts assessed

199 settlements with largest IDP and return populations assessed

1,566 key informants interviewed

556,183 individuals reside in the assessed settlements

63,767 residents (13%) are returnees from abroad

44,079 IDPs currently in host communities

18,790 residents fled as IDPs

81,520 residents (14%) are former IDPs who returned home

64,757 residents fled abroad as out-migrants

483 returnees and IDPs live in tents or the open air

17 Apr 2019 description

This evaluation had two overarching purposes: to help Sida, Norway and Finland, as well as UN Women, to assess progress of the on-going UN Women country programme in Afghanistan to learn from what works well and less well. UN Women’s programme has been and remains broadly relevant to the context of Afghanistan, although the balance of priorities has been driven more by funding availability than by a strategic or long-term vision. There has been some progress made in the achievement of outputs, but much less progress in the achievement of outcomes.

15 Mar 2019 description

HIGHLIGHTS

34 provinces covered

390 districts assessed

11,443 settlements assessed

64,186 key informants interviewed

3,225,380 returnees from abroad [2012-2018]

3,529,971 IDPs [2012–2018] currently in host communities

3,957,614 former IDPs have returned to their homes [2012–2018]

2,291,584 out-migrants fled abroad [2012–2018]

271,248 out-migrants fled to Europe (12% of out-migrants)

266,943 returnees and IDPs live in tents or in the open air

24 Feb 2019 description
  1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

A Nutrition and SMART mortality survey was conducted in the entire province of Uruzgan, between 7th to 26th February 2018 in the winter season. It was based on the standardized Monitoring and Assessment of Relief and Transition (SMART) methodology and was a cross sectional survey following two-stage cluster sampling method. This preliminary report is an analysis of under-five nutrition status, mortality, morbidity, immunization, PLWs nutrition status, WASH and FSL.

20 Feb 2019 description

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Abstract

18 Feb 2019 description

Total Arrivals

2018: 141,500
2017: 185,100
2016: 373,700
2015: 1,032,400

Between 1 January and 31 December 2018, some 141,500 refugees and migrants arrived via the three Mediterranean routes from North Africa and Turkey. Most crossed the Western Mediterranean from Morocco and Algeria to Spain. Arrivals in 2018 most commonly originated from Guinea, Morocco, Mali and the Syrian Arab Republic.

In 2018, 64% of arrivals were men, 15% women and 22% children.