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    Afghanistan - Humanitarian Response Plan 2018
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    This brochure gives a very brief overview in numbers and with a map of the acute food insecurity situation. It summarizes the crises causes by conflict, natural disasters and cross-border movements that continue to increase food insecurity in Afghanistan in 2017. Recurrent violence, economic slowdown, crop pests and natural hazards, such as drought and flooding, increased the vulnerability of already severely food-insecure populations, many living in hard-to-reach areas. Populations targeted for assistance include returnees, conflict-affected IDPs and people living in places of origin, people affected by natural disasters, non-displaced farmers, farmers affected by crop pests, and Pakistani refugees.
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    Afghanistan – Revised Humanitarian Response Plan 2018–2021 2018
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    Conflict, natural disasters, internal displacement and cross-border movements continue to increase food insecurity in Afghanistan. Unemployment, crop pests and natural hazards increase the vulnerability of already severely food-insecure populations, many living in hard-to-reach areas. The current drought is expected to detrimentally affect chronically food insecure farming households (approximately 2.2 million people), of which 1.4 million will become acutely food insecure and require emergency assistance over the coming months and into the next lean season. To assist 1 million people, FAO requires USD 21 million for the period January to December 2018.
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    Afghanistan | Humanitarian Response Plan 2018–2021 2020
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    The humanitarian situation in Afghanistan is characterized by a long running conflict and increasing natural disasters, occurring in the backdrop of declining economic conditions due to erosion of livelihoods and employment opportunities. These undesirable factors are fuelling displacements, reducing access to food and agricultural production, and driving unemployment. The ability of vulnerable populations to cope with the crisis has been increasingly exhausted. In 2020, FAO aims to increase the resilience of agriculture-dependent livelihoods, while addressing the immediate acute food insecurity needs.

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