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Daykundi food insecurity crisis


Titre : Daykundi food insecurity crisis

Pays : Afghanistan

Date : Start date 2018-04-15 - End date 2018-07-15

Identification : A-05596-02

Aiming to provide immediate income opportunity and rehabilitate the community infrastructures, the project will facilitate cash forwork (CFW) activities. The priority will be given for selecting of community infrastructures which can benefit the whole community members and alleviate the negative effect of potential drought. Potential infrastructure works may include irrigation canal construction or rehabilitation, karez cleaning, water saving technologies (rain water harvesting ponds). The project will also provide emergency, unconditional cash for food of 18,000 AFN for 192 most vulnerable households who have no family member to work due disability and age issues. Proposed response Usually in case of drought (dry spell season), affected people, communities need of emergency, early recovery and longer-term support from Government and Aid agencies. Oxfam is proposing to use 83,048 EUR from Oxfam Novib#s 2018-2019 discretionary funding to launch the emergency cash assistance in Daykundi. Oxfam#s local partner NGO, Afghan Development Association (ADA) has operational office in Daikundi. Supporting ADA for this emergency response is in line with the requirements of OxfamNovib#s discretionary funding utilization and contributes to Grand Bargain commitment in localization of the aid. Considering FSAC members joint assessment report recommendations and funding limitation, this project will cover Ashterlay district of Daykundi province. Oxfam and ADA will continue to explore additional external funding opportunities for drought response.

Total budget : 83,163 EUR

Acteur (s) : Afghan Development Association ADA

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