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2017

Winterisation Support to Afghan Refugee Returnees and Conflict Induced IDPs

Afghanistan

Titre : Winterisation Support to Afghan Refugee Returnees and Conflict Induced IDPs

Pays  : Afghanistan
Localisation : Kabul

Code : 020_002068

Date de clôture : 2017-01-31

Descriptif
Islamic Relief Afghanistan through this winterization project will respond to the immediate needs of the refugee, returnees and IDPs by providing heating material (Fire woods), food items and blankets as the winterization packages of the emergency response cluster to 156 eligible families. Out of these families 94 families will receive food and winterization Blankets in Nangarhar province and 62 families will receive food and fire wood packages in Kabul province. These families are newly returned from neighbouring countries and do not have proper living spaces. The food packages designed for these families are the standard package introduced by the food security cluster, by calculating the minimum standard needs of the family average 7 during the emergencies. The program will also target conflict induced IDP families whom are recently displaced from Kunduz province. IRA will select the beneficiaries of the project meeting the eligibility criteria’s for distribution of the winterization items. The project interventions will be focusing on refugee returnees and IDPs poor families meeting the following criterias : 1, (earning less than AFG 200 a day or no earning) with the largest number of dependants (over5) ; especially infants, young children, the elderly, widows,2. female headed families, 3.orphans dependant families,4.smaller families with disabled or elderly family members.

Bénéficiaires : 20157

Financement : Emerging Markets Department (IRW)
Value (GBP) : 23,833

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