Facts and Figures (2021)
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) continues to expand its relief operations across Afghanistan in response to mounting, complex humanitarian needs fuelled by drought and conflict while supporting immediate income generating opportunities, rebuilding basic essential services and working with communities on setting priorities for their socio-economic recovery.
IOM, along with the rest of the humanitarian community, is committed to stay and deliver relief and assistance to mobile and displaced populations in Afghanistan. We will continue to operate in a neutral and impartial manner but insist on unimpeded access and assurances that our staff and service providers can deliver assistance and services – particularly to women and girls and those most vulnerable - without interference.
IOM launched its Comprehensive Action Plan (CAP) for Afghanistan and neighboring countries with a financial requirement for operations in Afghanistan of 107,345,000 USD for 2021-2024. Of this, 47,112,884 USD has been confirmed in funding. A number of additional donor pledges are yet to be confirmed.
IOM has had a presence in Afghanistan since 1992.