UNICEF Afghanistan Humanitarian Situation Report: 1-30 November 2023

Situation Report #11 in 2023: 1-30 November



  • Since 15 September, 428,300 Afghan returnees from Pakistan have been registered, with numbers increasing from fewer than 200 people per day in early October to more than 17,000 people per day by early November. UNICEF continues to support the response at the Torkham and Spin Boldak Borders with Health, Polio, WASH, Nutrition and Child Protection and Social behaviour change interventions.  
  • In November, 503,175 children were screened for acute malnutrition through mobile and fixed health facilities. Of these, 49,616 children with severe wasting (57 percent girls) were admitted for treatment.
  • UNICEF supported 40,000 public school students (28% girls) in Kandahar and Hilmand Provinces through the distribution of teaching and learning materials.
  • In preparation for winter, UNICEF has started the registration process for  21,800 households who will receive cash assistance in Panjshir and Parwan Provinces.
UNICEF Afghanistan Humanitarian Situation Report # 11_November 2023
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