UNICEF said in a report that, the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) has contributed an additional GBP 24 million towards UNICEF’s $2 billion Humanitarian Action for Children appeal for Afghanistan.
The UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) has contributed an additional GBP 24 million ($28 million) towards UNICEF’s $2 billion Humanitarian Action for Children (HAC) appeal for Afghanistan.
The United States Agency for International Development said that it has allocated 40 million dollars in cooperation with UNICEF to support Afghan children and create basic education for girls and boys in Afghanistan.
Faryab health officials say that 24 health centers destroyed by wars have been rebuilt; but the institutions that help the health centers are not accountable to Faryab Public Health regarding the expenditure and budget, and they do not share the details of their work.
The Children's Protection Foundation has published a report and warned about the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan, saying that this year, about 19 million people, of which 9.2 million are children, will face food insecurity. According to this organization, 97 percent of Afghans are at risk of falling below the poverty line this year.
The European Union announced the allocation of two aid packages worth a total of 40 million euros to support Afghan children. These donations are used in the polio vaccination and support for working children.
The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC), a coalition of UN agencies has released an alert that over the last three months (August to October 2019), around one-third of the Afghan population required urgent humanitarian action.