AFGHANISTAN / HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN

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The United Nations and non-governmental organizations launched joint response plans aiming to deliver vital humanitarian relief to 22 million people in Afghanistan and support 5.7 million displaced Afghans and local communities in five neighbouring countries. UNHCR

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STORY: AFGHANISTAN / HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN
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FILE - 2019 AFGHANISTAN

1. Drone shot, Afghanistan in 2019

JULY 2021, MAZAR-I-SHARIF, AFGHANISTAN

2. Wide shot, refugees walking in a dusty alleyway between tents
3. Med shot, tents on a dusty field
4. Med shot, refugee children looking at the camera
5. Med shot, a refugee family sitting in a tent
6. Close up, boy from foot to face pan
7. Various shots, child walking to fetch water in dry terrain

FILE - APRIL 2020, KABUL, AFGHANISTAN

8. Wide shot, Afghans registering for distribution of hygiene elements during COVID

FILE – 2020, AFGHANISTAN

9. Wide shot, old man walking

FILE – NOVEMBER 2021, AFGHANISTAN
11. Various shots, refuges packing luggage by the cars

JULY 2021, MAZAR-I-SHARIF, AFGHANISTAN

12. Wide shot, woman walking towards tent with baby in hands
13. Close up, two boys eating in a tent

FILE – OCTOBER 2021, AFGHANISTAN

14. Med shot, Afghan individuals looking at the camera waiting to receive relief items and cash assistance
15. Med shot, UNHCR staff talking surrounded by Afghans

SEPTEMBER 2021, BORDER AFGHANISTAN – PAKISTAN

16. Med shot, UNHCR trucks filled with relief items at the border Afghanistan
17. Wide shot, men unloading a truck full of tents
18. Wide shot, Afghans and UNHCR staff talking with papers in hands

FILE – OCTOBER 2021, AFGHANISTAN

19. Wide shot, truck full of UNHCR relief items
20. Wide shot, men organizing distribution of relied items

FILE – 29 OCTOBER 2021, PUL E CHURKHI, OUTSIDE KABUL, AFGHANISTAN

21. Various shots, Afghans and UNHCR staffs at the distribution Centre
22. Various shots, relief items and cash assistance delivered through other routes in recent months
23. Various shots, plane arriving in Kabul airport with relief items
24. Various shots, relief item distribution and cash assistance

22 DECEMBER 2021, HERAT, AFGHANISTAN

25. Various shots, families trying to cook and get warmer in the floor outside in a camp in the middle of tents

4 JANUARY 2022, KABUL, AFGHANISTAN

26. Med shot, family trying to protect themselves from the snow
27. Various shots, kid walking with poor shoes in the snow
28. Med shot, shoes of a boy in the snow

22 DECEMBER 2021, HERAT, AFGHANISTAN

29. Various shots, Camp with families trying to cook and get warmer in the floor outside in a camp in the middle of tents

FILE – 2020, IRAN

30. Various shots, streets views filled with cars, motocycles and citizens

FILE – 2021, PAKISTAN

31. Wide shot, women sewing

2021, AFGHANISTAN

32. Med shot, women who weave

2021, PAKISTAN

33. Med shot, young man putting product on tissue

FILE – 2018, PAKISTAN

34. Close up, 40 days old baby

2021, PAKISTAN

35. Various shots, young adults making dough for kitchen
36. Wide shot, Nansen refugee Award for Asia, Doctor Saleem Rehman taking to girls
37. Med shot, tired father feeding his baby waiting in a Day Car room

2021, IRAN

37. Various shots, Iranian and Afghan students studying side by side

2021 PAKISTAN

38. Various shots, Afghans and Pakistanis studying and working together
39. Med shot, Afghan refugee receiving vaccine

STORYLINE:

The United Nations and non-governmental organizations launched joint response plans aiming to deliver vital humanitarian relief to 22 million people in Afghanistan and support 5.7 million displaced Afghans and local communities in five neighbouring countries.

The humanitarian and refugee response plans combined require over US$5 billion in international funding in 2022.

People in Afghanistan face one of the world’s most rapidly growing humanitarian crises. Half of the population face acute hunger, over 9 million people are displaced, millions of children are out of school, fundamental rights of women and girls are under attack, farmers and herders are struggling amidst the worst drought in decades, and the economy is in free fall. Without support, tens of thousands of children are at risk of dying from malnutrition as basic health services have collapsed.

Conflict has subsided, but violence, fear, and deprivation continue to drive Afghans to seek safety and asylum across borders, particularly in Iran and Pakistan. More than 2.2 million registered refugees and a further 4 million Afghans with different statuses are hosted in the neighbouring countries. This has stretched the capacity of the communities hosting them, and they also need support.

UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Martin Griffiths said: “Events in Afghanistan over the past year have unfolded with dizzying speed and with profound consequences for the Afghan people. The world is perplexed and looking for the right way to react. Meanwhile, a full-blown humanitarian catastrophe looms.
My message is urgent: don’t shut the door on the people of Afghanistan. Humanitarian partners are on the ground, and they are delivering, despite the challenges. Help us scale up to stave off wide-spread hunger, disease, malnutrition and ultimately death by supporting the humanitarian plan we are launching today.”

UN High Commission for Refugees Filippo Grandi said: “The international community must do everything it can to prevent a catastrophe in Afghanistan, which would not only compound suffering but would drive further displacement both within the country and throughout the region.

At the same time we must also urgently scale up the response in support of refugees and the communities that have hosted them for generations. The needs of refugees cannot be dismissed nor can the generosity of host countries be taken for granted. They need support and they need it today.”

The plan for responding inside Afghanistan requires $4.44 billion, the largest humanitarian appeal ever launched for a country. If funded, it will ramp up delivery of live-saving food and agriculture support, health services, nutrition, emergency shelter, water and sanitation, protection, and emergency education.

The regional refugee response plan requires $623 million in funding for 40 organisations working in protection, health and nutrition, food security, shelter and non-food items, water and sanitation, livelihoods and resilience, education and logistics and telecoms.
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