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Promoting Early Recovery and Durable Solutions in Informal Settlements of Protracted IDPs and Regional Returne

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02/17 - 03/19

Completed

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The grant enables a consortium approach by four NGO/UN agencies to address the persisting, disadvantaging effects of prolonged and protracted displacement, providing ‘durable solutions’ in regional hubs around western, southern, and eastern Afghanistan, through an integrated multi-sectoral approach at the community level (secure land tenure, legal protection, basic shelter, sustainable livelihoods, water supply, sanitation and hygiene) and also at a national policy level (coordination, technical support, and policy advocacy on housing, land, and property rights, as well as urban reintegration initiatives linked to the forthcoming Citizen’s Charter). The grant also intends to further build an integrated, field-tested, strategic approach to coordination and programmatic implementation on ‘early recovery’ in Afghanistan, which is currently devoid of an Early Recovery Cluster. The consortium will also enable operational learning to better link relief, resilience, and development interventions in Afghanistan.