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2016

Emergency Food Security & Winterization in Kunduz province

Afghanistan

Titre : Emergency Food Security & Winterization in Kunduz province

Pays : Afghanistan

Date : Start date 2016-12-15 // End date 2017-06-15

Identification : A-05205-02

Présentation
The project will support undocumented returnee families from Pakistan in Nangarhar province vulnerable host communities and IDPs inKunduz province to ensure improved food security through immediate cash transfers and livelihood assistance. This will be complemented by protection and winterisation. Nangarhar : 700 families (4900 individuals)will receive 2 x cash transfers of 90 USD (approximately 825 SEK). This is based on the monthly food basket assessment of WFP, and in line with the agreements withinthe food security cluster. Oxfam currently has a partnership with Etisalat Telecommunication Company to implement the cash response via mobile phones. 300 vulnerable families (2,100 individuals) from the host community will receive material livelihood assistance. Kunduz : 700 families (4,900 individuals) in Kunduz will recieve a one off cash transfer of 80 USD (approximately 733 SEK) for winterization support. The delivery method will be linked to specific agents in Kunduz from which beneficiaries can purchase winterization materials through showing the SMS message, as well as a unique beneficiary number after having their initial orientation on how to access and use the services. 1000 families (7000 individuals) will receive material livelihood assistance. These families will be prioritized base on family, size, female headed households, and loss of assets during the conflict.

Financement : Oxfam GB
Total budget : 177,571 EUR

Acteur (s) : Assistance for Health, Education an Development

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