The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), in collaboration with the World Food Program (WFP) and Iran’s Bureau of Aliens and Foreign Immigrants’ Affairs, has established a greenhouse in a settlement in Semnan Province, providing the Afghan refugees with new sustainable livelihoods opportunities, the United Nations Information ...
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.
Yemen’s Ansarullah movement and the United Nations (UN)’s food agency announced an agreement to resume the delivery of food aid, which has been suspended for the past six weeks in some areas of the Arab country.
The Government of the Federal Republic of Germany has contributed €2 million (US$2.2 million) to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in support of 30,000 of the most vulnerable Afghan and Iraqi refugees, most of them women and girls living in settlements in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
As of 19 March, more than 122,600 people across 14 provinces have been identified as being affected by the March floods and in need of humanitarian assistance. As a result of the floods, 63 people are known to have died and a further 31 people have been injured.
With the onset of winter, the Refugees and Repatriations Ministry in cooperation with the UNHCR and other international relief agencies has delivered life-saving assistance to 30,000 displaced Afghans to help them weather the adverse conditions and survive the harsh winter.