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Time zone: Asia/Kabul
  • 04 Oct 2022
    Tuesday
  • Health Cluster Bi-Weekly Meeting until- Cluster Coordinator: Jamshed Tanoli (WHO)
  • 05 Oct 2022
    Wednesday
  • Logistic WG Bi-Weekly Meeting until- WG Coordinator: Brian Langdon (WFP)
  • 10 Oct 2022
    Monday
  • Accountability to Affected People (AAP) Monthly Meeting (AAP Advisor: Carolyn Davis (OCHA) carolyn.davis@un.org) until- Who: AAP Advisor: Carolyn Davis (OCHA) carolyn.davis@un.org
  • 12 Oct 2022
    Wednesday
  • Child Protection AoR Coordination Meeting until- CP AoR co-lead: Odhiambo, Martin (Save the Children) CP AoR co-lead: Fatuma Akellos (UNICEF)
  • 15 Oct 2022
    Saturday
  • Mine Action Monthly Meeting until- MA AoR Coordinator: Matyas Juhasz (UNMAS) MA AoR co-lead: Ajmal Ahmadzai (MACCA)
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Afghanistan

Afghanistan: Joint Rapid Needs Assessments Guidance Note (May 2021)

English version

Background In an increasingly complex operating environment, stronger coordination around humanitarian needs assessments is critical to enable effective assessment of multi-dimensional needs; optimise available resources (including use of trained enumerators); reduce the burden on key informants; and…

Format:
Manual and Guideline
Source:
OCHA
Originally published:
10 Jun 2021
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The Cost of Inaction: Afghanistan Humanitarian Crisis (4 July 2021)

THE SITUATION IN AFGHANISTAN Forty years of war, recurrent natural disasters, chronic poverty and the COVID-19 pandemic continue to be a deadly combination for people in Afghanistan. Nearly half of the population (some 18.4m people) are in…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
OCHA
Originally published:
04 Jul 2021
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United Nations Transitional Engagement Framework (TEF) for Afghanistan [EN/PS]

Transitional Engagement Framework

UN announces Transitional Engagement Framework (TEF) for Afghanistan to save lives, sustain services and preserve community systems Kabul, Geneva, New York, 26 January 2022 – The UN team in Afghanistan has launched its One-UN Transitional Engagement Framework…

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Appeal
Source:
UN
Originally published:
26 Jan 2022
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