Assist 500 conflicted affected IDPs families in Herat-Afghanistan through cash payment voucher
The project aims to provide cash payment voucher assistance to 500 conflict-affected internally displaced persons (IDPs) families settled in Herat and its surrounding areas in Afghanistan. The duration of the project is 8 months, during which various components will be implemented to identify and support the vulnerable households.
The first component of the project involves identifying the 500 conflict-affected IDP households that have settled in Herat and its surrounding areas. This identification process will be conducted in coordination with the Department of Refugees and Repatriation (DoRR), Afghanistan National Disaster Management Authority (ANDMA), and the elders of protracted IDP households. Through collaboration and data collection, the project will ensure that the most deserving and vulnerable families are identified for assistance.
Once the identification process is complete, the project will move on to the distribution of cash payment vouchers. The 500 identified conflict-affected IDP households will receive cash vouchers, which can be redeemed for essential items and services. This distribution will be coordinated with DoRR, ANDMA, and the elders of protracted IDP households to ensure efficient and equitable delivery of assistance.
Throughout the 8-month duration of the project, continuous coordination and collaboration with relevant authorities and community representatives will be maintained to ensure the effective implementation of the assistance program. Regular assessments and monitoring will be conducted to evaluate the impact of the project and make any necessary adjustments to meet the evolving needs of the IDP families.
By providing cash payment voucher assistance to 500 conflict-affected IDP households, the project aims to empower them to meet their specific needs and priorities. This approach allows the families to make decisions based on their individual circumstances and preferences, enabling them to address their most pressing needs, such as food, shelter, healthcare, education, and livelihood opportunities. The project recognizes the importance of providing flexibility and autonomy to the IDP families, allowing them to prioritize their unique needs.
Overall, this project seeks to provide crucial cash payment voucher assistance to conflict-affected IDP families in Herat and its surrounding areas, enabling them to meet their immediate and specific needs. By doing so, the project aims to alleviate their hardship and contribute to their overall well-being and resilience. Through coordination with government agencies and community leaders, the project aims to ensure the efficient and transparent delivery of assistance, reaching those most in need.