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Integrated Emergency Response to Natural Disasters: Takana Village Case Study

Following the collapse of the former government in August 2021, Afghanistan is experiencing a complex humanitarian crisis, with existing inequalities and vulnerabilities exacerbated by economic decline, global inflationary pressure, and the near collapse of social services such as the public health system.

Integrated Emergency Response to Natural Disasters Feb 2024
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About the study

Increasingly frequent natural disasters and climate-related shocks compound the challenges facing communities already reeling from decades of conflict.

Against this backdrop, women and girls are disproportionately affected, due to increasing restrictions limiting their coping capacities.

DRC and its partners work in 17 provinces across Afghanistan to support household self-reliance and community resilience through integrated programs that serve hard-to-reach populations.

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