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HEAT Assessment of induced IDPs Faryab province (10 Jan 2017)


Assessment of conflict IDPs in Faryab province


Household survey

Key findings: 

Following the joint assessment team composed of delegations from NRC, UNHCR, Save the children, WAW, DACAAR & DoRR conducted the assessment of each affected HH house by house and the team found 121 eligible out of 127 HHs who met with ERM beneficiary selection criteria to be covered under emergency response.

Massive displacement has been accrued recently in the result of ongoing conflict between ANA and AOGs in most districts of Faryab province such as Pushtan Kot, Khuja Sabz, Shirin Tagab, Gurziwan, Qaisar and Almar districts.

As the operation to recapturing of areas under control of AOG by ANA started unexpectedly, so the displacement happened in a sudden way and there was conflict between AOG and ANA. Most of these families arrived to Maymana city since week which none of them could manage to bring their household commodities, basic food items and animals as they stated during the interview.

The team also found that some of them have been lost their relative in the result of fighting. As per report from this ongoing conflict, around 11 people are killed and 17 people are injured in Khuja Sabz Push, Qasiar, Pushtan Kot and Almar districts.

Houses were damaged in fighting between AOGs and ANA. Some of HHs claimed that as it is estimated 28 animals have been injured and killed in mentioned above districts in conflict. This is made for these people a shock due to they have lost all their agriculture wheat and animals which they spent all their money and time for this.

As well, there are two beneficiaries who are injured during this fighting and they don’t have enough money to spend on their treatment in order to be healthy to support their families. One beneficiary his father was death in fighting and one family who are separated from her families as they mentioned in joint team assessment interview.

These affected families have been lost all their assets, NFI, food and they are really in need of NFI, food and other basic needs and it is agreed in the IDP cluster meeting that NRC to cover their food need and SCI to cover their NFI needs.

Assessment Report: 
Assessment Questionnaire: 
Publicly Available
Assessment Data: 
Publicly Available
Assessment Date(s): 
19 Dec 2016 to 10 Jan 2017
Report completed
Unit(s) of Measurement: 
Collection Method(s): 
Population Type(s): 
Displaced population
Leading/Coordinating Organization(s): 
Norwegian Refugee Council
Participating Organization(s): 
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Save The Children
Danish Committee for Aid to Afghan Refugees