According to the bank's documents, the proposed project aims to "increase the food andnutrition security of the most vulnerable households living in water-scarce, rural areas and enhance their near-term resilience to drought. The project will support the strengthening of the capacity of the Government of Afghanistan to improve early warning, preparedness, and drought risk mitigation by using weather information-based decision support for financing of relief, response and advance actions that help mitigate the impact of drought on farmers, pastoralists and vulnerable communities."
Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund US$ 50 million
Endashaw Tadesse Gossa, Arati Belle, Samantha Jane Cook
Sr Social Protection Specialist
Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
Ministry of Finance
Mohammad Humayon Qayoumi
Minister of Finance
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