The substantial projects of UNDP Afghanistan, spanning a broad spectrum of cash for work, unconditional cash transfer, rehabilitation of infrastructure, supporting women enterprise and the private sector, agriculture, water, health, education, energy, and social cohesion, is under the giant umbrella of ABADEI. This UNDP crisis response initiative for Afghanistan aims to provide the most vulnerable Afghans with the means to survive and contribute to their community. <read more>
Abdallah Al Dardari, Resident Representative, UNDP Afghanistan.
UNDP has more than 50 years of experience in economic revival and supporting fragile livelihoods
United Nations Transitional Engagement Framework (TEF) for Afghanistan
The August 2021 power shift in Afghanistan has created the need for a transitional strategy for the United Nations (UN) to address the deepening political and social-economic instability.
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.