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Afghanistan Humanitarian Response Plan 2022 (Issued January 2022)

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Foreword We go into 2022 with unprecedented levels of need amongst ordinary women, men and children of Afghanistan. 24.4 million people are in humanitarian need – more than half the population. Years of compounded crises and under-investment have resulted in nearly four times the number of people in need of lifesaving humanitarian assistance compared to just three years ago.

Statement on Afghanistan, Mr. Martin Griffiths, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator

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I welcome today’s adoption by the Security Council of a humanitarian exception in the UN sanctions regime applicable in Afghanistan. This milestone decision will enable urgently needed humanitarian action to save lives and livelihoods in Afghanistan. It is evidence of how seriously Member States take the shocking levels of need and suffering in the country. We must all do everything we can to preserve the life, dignity and future of all Afghans.
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Cover of GHO 2022. Young mother holding her baby. Text: $41 billion funding required, 274 million people in need, 183 million people targeted with aid

Global Humanitarian Overview 2022

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In 2022, 274 million people will need humanitarian assistance and protection. This number is a significant increase from 235 million people a year ago, which was already the highest figure in decades.
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IASC Forward Agenda, 2021

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Agenda
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The IASC Forward Agenda is a calendar of IASC events for the period covered, outlining time, place, and intended/permitted audience.
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Photo of caregivers hands, preparing a vaccine

Statement by Gavi and Principals of the IASC to Deliver COVID-19 Vaccines to the Most Vulnerable People in the World

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IASC Statement
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COVID-19
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Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance (Gavi), and the member agencies of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC), the humanitarian system’s main coordinating body[1], are working together to ensure that the most vulnerable people caught up in humanitarian crises have access to COVID-19 doses.