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Afghanistan is in the grip of a humanitarian crisis, with millions of Afghans in need of assistance.

The country’s political, security and economic transitions this year are threatening to reverse hard-won gains in basic development. It is critical that the Government of Afghanistan and its international partners—including donors, UN agencies, and NGOs—commit to protecting and improving the lives of all Afghans.

To ensure that Afghanistan can meet its goals under the Tokyo Mutual Accountability Framework, the Government and its partners should prioritise: 1) responding and developing resilience to emergencies, and 2) promoting poverty-reduction and basic development, particularly among vulnerable groups.


In preparation of the London Conference on Afghanistan, on 25th of November 2014,  this policy paper was made by International Rescue Committee, InterAction, Afghanaid, Norwegian Refugee Council, CARE, BAAG and ENNA. 


Read full paper : Afghanistan Humanitarian Paper 2014