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Special Trust Fund for Afghanistan

Contributions

Contribution

Germany Germany $56 Million
Norway Norway $22 Million
Sweden Sweden $11 Million
UNDP UNDP $6 Million
Turkey Turkey $3 Million
Luxembourg Luxembourg $2 Million
Czech Czech Republic $1 Million
  Total $101 Million
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STFA Timeline

15 August 2021

The power shift in Afghanistan has resulted in severe economic instability, triggering humanitarian and development crises.

September 2021

UNDP’s Rapid Appraisal of Economic Instability & Uncertainty in Afghanistan warns near universal poverty of 97 percent by mid-2022 due to socio-political impact of the crises. UNDP starts developing area-based programme to complement humanitarian efforts and sustain essential livelihoods of Afghan people.

October 2021

UNDP proposes Area-Based Approach for Development Emergency Initiatives (ABADEI) Programme for Community Resilience in Afghanistan for eight regions of Afghanistan.

November 2021

STFA holds its first Steering Committee, approving its Terms of Reference (TOR) and ABADEI as its strategic approach. The DSRSG/RC/HC chairs STFA High-Level Advisory Board endorsing the TOR, highlighting strategic importance of STFA under UN Transitional Engagement Framework for Afghanistan .

December 2021

STFA’s second Steering Committee approves joint programme initiation plan for Northern and Southern regions of Afghanistan. 14 UN agencies have joined STFA. Six contributing donors (Germany, Norway, Sweden, Turkey, Luxembourg, Czech Republic) and UNDP provided US$ 96.61 million of funds to STFA.

January 2022

UN in Afghanistan launches the Transitional Engagement Framework (TEF) to assist Afghanistan in 2022 by saving lives, sustaining essential services, and preserving essential community systems.

Feb-Mar 2022

17 UN agencies in Afghanistan have now joined STFA and submitted Joint Programme for eight regions for two-year programming period across the four thematic pillars of the ABADEI Strategy with an estimated budget of USD 2 billion (USD 1.2 billion for regional joint programme and USD 0.8 billion for sectoral programme).