Whole of Afghanistan Assessment 2019

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Source REACH Initiative
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Date of Dataset July 17, 2019-September 19, 2019
Updated 18 April 2022
Expected Update Frequency Every year
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Field Names Excel sheet
File Types recent IDPs, non-recent IDPs, cross-border returnees, , non-displaced conflict-affected, refugees, non-displaced natural disaster-affected
Number of Rows 31343
Methodology Sample Survey
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This Whole of Afghanistan Assessment (WoAA) implemented a mixed methodology, reliant upon approximately 30,000 household level surveys in accessible parts of Afghanistan, approximately 2,000 Key Informant Interviews (KIIs) in hard-to-reach districts, and on 68 Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) (two per province) to add understanding and breadth to unclear or unexplained quantitative findings. Detailed Secondary Data Review (SDR) was conducted in collaboration with the humanitarian community to identify pertinent information gaps, prior to the research design phase of this assessment, and to later guide analysis of results. All tools were designed by the Humanitarian Coordinated Assessment Working Group (HCAWG) with the support of REACH. Data was jointly collected by Cluster partner NGOs and members of the Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief (ACBAR) Twinning Program, encouraging engagement with the data collection and supporting the integration of findings into NGO and Cluster sector-specific overviews and response strategies, as well as the Humanitarian Program Cycle (HPC). Analysis was a joint effort, through a Joint Analysis Workshop, in which relevant cluster coordination participated. Findings supported the introductory components, People in Need (PiN) calculations and cluster-specific narratives in the 2020 Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO) and were used to develop informative province level factsheets and a detailed assessment report, by REACH.

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