Keeping the Promise
An alternative approach, that taken by the United Nations’ Humanitarian-Development Nexus, is to inject development in every stage of the crisis - start the human...
UNDP & UNHCR supporting areas of return in Afghanistan
The two partner agencies’ work in the PARR areas is focused on delivering basic services to enhance the absorption capacity of communities while also facilitating...
A Tale of Two Women
ABADEI is UNDP’s flagship development programme for Afghanistan. As one component of the programme, small and medium-sized businesses led by women are supported w...
United Nations Development Prorgamme (UNDP) and the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF)
The NGOs and CSOs will be selected based on their operational and programmatic capacity and aspirations for quick outreach, engagement, and design of interventions to enhance access to essential services and support to jobs and livelihoods for vulnerable communities and marginalized population groups in Afghanistan, including persons with disabilities.
Afghanistan Humanitarian Response Plan 2022
We go into 2022 with unprecedented levels of need amongst ordinary women, men and children of Afghanistan. 24.4 million people are in humanitarian need – more than half the population.
Afghanistan: Humanitarian Needs Overview (2022)
Following 40 years of war and an already dire situation of increasing hunger, economic decline, price rises in food and other essential needs, and rising poverty over the past several years, over 2021 the people of Afghanistan faced intensified conflict, the withdrawal of international forces and then the takeover of the country by the Taliban in August.
Total population in millions
Population aged 0 - 14
Population aged 10 - 24
Population aged 15 - 64