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Three months ago, today a devastating earthquake struck #Afghanistan’s south-eastern region killing 1,000 people & destroying 14,000 homes.

As winter sets in, those who survived, along with the communities who lost their homes and livelihoods, more than ever need our support.
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
A generation of girls in Afghanistan has been shut out of school.

We can’t give up on them. All efforts must be made to get every girl back in the classroom.

#LetMeLearn #UNGA
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
The Afghanistan earthquake in June devastated so many lives.

@UNCERF has supported @UNICEFAfg to establish 140 community-based education classes, so that 4,000 #children have the opportunity to learn.

#EducationCannotWait #UNGA77
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
📍 Afghanistan: girls have been banned from school for the past 367 days

📍Pakistan: floods interrupted learning for 3.5 million children

📍Ukraine: 5.7 million school-aged children affected by conflict

OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Today we mark one year since Afghan girls saw their dreams derailed when they were banned from returning to secondary school.

Afghanistan is the only country in the world that forbids girls' education.

Girls belong in school.
We must not forget them.
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
With the support of @OCHAAfg, @UNHabitatAfg has completed the construction of 4⃣5⃣0⃣m wastewater drainage in #NilliBagha, #PD7 of #Kabul.

The project prevents rainwater from flowing into the residential houses in this area.
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Millions of #girls in #Afghanistan want to go back to school, Mursal is one of them.

"My message to young girls, is to not give up, it is okay be scared, it is okay to cry, everything is okay but giving up is not the option," Mursal @y_afghanistan
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Afghanistan: The denial of education violates the human rights of women & girls and can leave them more exposed to violence, poverty and exploitation.

All students must be allowed to exercise their right to an education.
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
In the fight against global hunger, humanitarian action must include #ClimateAction.

We must invest in the future and not just in the present.
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Already one of the most challenging places for women to work, women aid workers in #Afghanistan are facing increasing challenges.

Without immediate and decisive action, Afghan women may be further excluded from the humanitarian response.

Learn more:
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Sunday marks one year since girls were banned from attending high school in Afghanistan.

A year of lost knowledge and opportunity that they will never get back.

Girls belong in school. The Taliban must let them back in.
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Today marks one year since girls were banned from attending high school in #Afganistan. One year of lost learning and future opportunities.

We see you, we hear you, UNICEF is staying here for you.

Girls belong in school.
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
The past year has been extremely difficult for Afghan women, including aid workers.

Our🆕report outlines the challenges affecting female humanitarian workers and ways to address them.

Read more:
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
September marks children’s return to school in many countries.

But sadly, 244 million children worldwide are out of school.

Giving them an education will create a path for a better future.

OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Already one of the hardest places for women to work, female humanitarian workers in #Afghanistan are facing increasing challenges to engage in safe and meaningful humanitarian action over the past 12 months.

OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
The economic crisis in #Afghanistan is driving a humanitarian catastrophe.

Initiating the release of frozen assets to help stabilize the economy in support of the people is an important and welcome action.…
🚨Afghan female humanitarian workers are facing severe difficulties participating in humanitarian action across #Afghanistan.

Read more about how the Taliban takeover has negatively affected their involvement in humanitarian work in our latest report:

In 2022, 23 million people have already received life-saving & life-sustaining assistance from the UN & partners in Afghanistan.

Yet, needs are growing. The economy is flailing, families are struggling to feed their families & winter is fast approaching.…
Afghanistan: Humanitarian Response Plan 2022 Response Overview (1 January - 31 July 2022) - Afghanistan
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Over 880,000 people are already experiencing famine-like conditions in Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen.

This is 10 times more people than five years ago.

We need to scale up urgent life-saving support and invest more in sustainable solutions.

My remarks:
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
The earthquake that happened in June in #Paktika Province devastated the lives of many. Through the generous support of @UNCERF, @UNICEF has established 140 community-based education classes, so that 4,000 #children have the opportunity to learn.
19M people are facing food insecurity
25M people are living in poverty
5.8M people are in protracted internal displacement
Thousands of houses damaged by floods & earthquake

To survive the winter, they require food, nutrition support, warm clothing & a roof over their heads.
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
What makes #Afghanistan’s current situation so critical?

-Close to 19M people are facing hunger.
-Development assistance has been halted.
-Women and girls have been pushed to the sidelines.

There are many musts, but there are many opportunities.

In #Afghanistan, over 24 million people require humanitarian assistance.

Thousands of people are suffering from famine & damages of earthquake and floods who urgently need aid to get through the winter.

The humanitarian appeal for Afg is only 42% funded.

We must act now!
EQ-affected communities in Giyan, Paktika request:

1- Schools & health clinics for their children - there are none close by
2- Cash for livelihoods - they are jobless and have had to take on debt to survive
3- Their damaged homes to be rebuilt before winter
4- Continued food aid
Winter is coming. Before the cold sets in, we urge donors to continue to dig deep for the people of #Afghanistan and to give generously to the winter response plan.

Families in need require our support more than ever.

OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Girls in Afghanistan continue to be locked out of the classroom.

This is an unjustifiable violation of equal rights that damages the entire country.

Girls belong in school.
Naza is 4 yrs old, yet she looks to be only a few months. She has SAM & is now unable to walk.

She is getting treatment at the Union Aid-run fixed health facility in Barmal district, Paktika.

EQ-affected communities all highlight a lack of health services as their #1 concern.
Haqqani (10), Nizam (8) & Omid (1) lost their parents in June's earthquake.

Now orphans, their uncle Sanoor is taking care of them while also repairing their damaged home.

Time is fast running out; 14,000 houses urgently need to be repaired and rebuilt before winter starts.
In 2022 ,110,600 people have been affected by flash flooding across #Afghanistan which has destroyed or damaged:
🏘️ 14,000 houses
🏫 161 schools
🏥 7 health facilities
🐄 7,500 livestock
🚰 61 water points
🌾 84,500 acres of crops
Read more in🆕snapshot:…
Afghanistan: Snapshot of Flash Floods in 2022 (as of 31 August 2022) - Afghanistan
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
My deep appreciation to Government of #Uzbekistan @uzbekmfa and Governor of Surxondaryo for facilitating constant flow of humanitarian supplies through #Termez hub up to 20 vagons of relief items and food a day maintains a life line for people of #Afgweareonit #stayanddeliver
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Our regional partnership is growing stronger #Kazakhstan 🇰🇿 @Mofa_kz continues solid support to #Afghanistan relief efforts @unafghanistan @IOMAfghanistan @WFP_Afghanistan @UNHCRAfg @OCHAAfg #stayanddeliver
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Afghanistan: "The consequences of inaction in both the humanitarian & development fronts will be catastrophic and difficult to reverse."

-- @unreliefchief urges international community to provide funding to ensure the UN can deliver life-saving aid.…
UN relief chief stresses need to stay and deliver for all Afghans
#Afghanistan: In 2022, 250 people have been killed & more than 100,000 affected by heavy rains & flash floods. UN & partners have provided 85,000 people with food, tents, health care services, water, sanitation and hygiene kits & other critical supplies.…
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
What do you know about what's happening in Afghanistan?

Last winter widespread hunger was averted + millions of people received vital aid.

But millions of Afghans face uncertainty, lack of shelter, human rights concerns + basic services -
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
#Afghanistan is more than a humanitarian crisis. But it is not a hopeless crisis.

Preserving basic service delivery alongside humanitarian assistance remains the only way to prevent a catastrophe even greater than what we have seen in the past year.

My remarks:
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Everyone deserves a safe place to sleep.

In the past year, our team has helped improve living conditions for more than half a million people in #Afghanistan.
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Devastating floods have destroyed thousands of homes in parts of #Afghanistan. Lives have been lost.

@UNICEFAfg’s @VeronicaHouser2 is in #Nangarhar where our mobile health and nutrition teams are providing first aid & counselling to children and families affected by the floods.
Since the June earthquake, affected communities have received a range of emergency assistance across Khost, Paktika & Paktya.

A top priority now is the repair and rebuilding of damaged houses before winter, but there is still a $70M funding gap.

OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Accessing education and participating meaningfully in all aspects of life is essential for women and girls in Afghanistan and everywhere.

Their rights must be protected.
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Recent floods have stolen homes and livestock from 20,000 people in Logar, central Afghanistan.

Our colleague @AnneKindrachuk is coordinating @UNICEF support in the area, providing clean water, psychosocial support, soap, and emergency medical care.
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
#Afghanistan: In the past year, we reached 97% of 24.4 million people in need. These efforts helped us avert a famine last winter.

But we can’t slow down - half of the population remain food insecure. Humanitarian response alone will not be enough.

We all need to step up.
🚨#Afghanistan: In 2022, flash floods are believed to have killed 256 people, including 118 since 1 August. This is a 75% increase over the 147 casualties caused by floods in 2021. Humanitarians are on the ground responding to the affected people.

75-year-old Asadullah said that he has never seen rains like it before in his life. Fortunately, his house in Khushi District, Logar Province was unaffected, but thousands have been, and entire communities across large parts of #Afghanistan are in urgent need of support.
Rafiullah,16, is sitting in front of the ruins of his family's home after a flash flood hit Mohamedyer village in Khushi District, Logar Province, on Friday afternoon. His home was one of 60 destroyed in the space of a few minutes. Humanitarian assessment & response are ongoing.
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
UNHCR start US$ 14 million effort to build 2,300 earthquake-resilient houses in southeastern Afghanistan.

“This initiative demonstrates UNHCR’s sustained solidarity and support to people affected by the disaster," said UNHCR Rep Leonard Zulu…
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Heavy rains & flash flooding have struck several provinces across #Afghanistan in the past days.

@WFP colleagues & partners are doing assessments in the areas struck by the environmental disaster, preparing assistance to the families in need.
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Here in Afghanistan, our humanitarians save lives.

With Expertise.
With Commitment.
With Supplies.
With Care.

As long as there are people in need, aid workers will be on the frontlines.


OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Today is #WorldHumanitarianDay!

Conflict, climate change, a pandemic, hunger, displacement... Never has the world seen such complex megacrises.

Yet there is a group of people who never give up easing suffering and bringing hope.

They are humanitarians. #ItTakesAVillage
Last year aid workers advocated for a humanitarian exception in UN sanctions applied to Taliban, resulting in the milestone res. 2615 that enabled humanitarians to continue providing aid. #Afghanistan also urgently needs a functional banking system, vital for long-term stability.
OCHA Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
"I believe in empowering rural communities & women
in agriculture. It's critical to improving local food
Nazifa, Regional Resilience Officer
On #WorldHumanitarianDay, we celebrate Nazifa, our
team & our partners who dedicate their lives to others.

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