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 - This report shares the analysis on the effects of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the agri-food system in Afghanistan based on the assessment conducted during ...read more
25/03/2021
 -  to assist 3.5 million people FAO requires USD 50 million period January–December 2021                                   Four decades of conflict, recurrent natural disasters (most notably droughts and floods) and limited capacity to cope with climate-related ...read more
11/03/2021
 - FAO’s component of the Global Humanitarian Response Plan for COVID-19 The world is standing on the precipice of the greatest food crisis in generations. Worldwide, people and ...read more
17/08/2020
 - FAO’s component of the Global Humanitarian Response Plan for COVID-19 The world is standing on the precipice of the greatest food crisis in generations. Worldwide, people and ...read more
17/08/2020
 - The impacts of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis on food systems are vast and varied, and as of yet hard to predict. But nowhere are ...read more
05/08/2020
 - General situation during June 2020 and forecast until mid-August 2020.
02/07/2020
 - The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is already directly affecting food systems through impacts on food supply and demand, and indirectly through the decreases in purchasing power, ...read more
29/04/2020
 -  to assist 1.3 million people FAO requires USD 27.2 million period January – December 2020                                 The humanitarian situation in Afghanistan is characterized by a long running conflict and increasing natural disasters, occurring in the backdrop ...read more
07/02/2020
 - This seventh FAO/WFP update to the UNSC covers five countries (Afghanistan, the Central African Republic, Haiti, Somalia and South Sudan) and two regions (the Lake Chad ...read more
29/01/2020
 - IPC acute food insecurity situation overview in Aghanistan from 01/11/19 to 31/03/2020. Click on the Provinces for more details.
19/11/2019
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