Fostering Resilience in Afghanistan Through Multi-Sector Emergency Support

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Key figures


BHA Funding Plus WV/CRS Share


Total target direct beneficiaries


People targeted for food and agricultural assistance


Women and children targeted for health and nutrition interventions


People targeted for water, sanitation and hygiene interventions


People targeted for protection interventions

Goals and objectives

The “Fostering Resilience in Afghanistan through Multi-Sector Emergency Support” funded by the USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA) aims to respond to multi-sector humanitarian needs and foster resilience among conflict affected and underserved communities in hard-to-reach areas in Afghanistan. World Vision and Catholic Relief Services will continue to partner to help vulnerable, rural communities follow a path of recovery as Afghanistan navigates a historic period of economic depression.

Key actions

This project will aim to meet urgent needs while increasing resilience to future shocks by taking a holistic approach to address gaps in targeted areas, providing Food, Agriculture, WASH, Health, Nutrition and Protection assistance and services, and coordinating closely to ensure communities receive integrated assistance. 

Project duration
December 2022 to October 2024

Project locations
Badghis, Ghor, Faryab, Daikundi provinces 

Implementing partners
Catholic Relief Services