From January to April 2020
- 32,000people obtained improved access to drinking water through the rehabilitation of 229 hand pump in Farah, Helmand, and two locations in Kabul area, namely Sorabi and Mahmoud Raqi.
- 44,000patients received treatment services in one of the ICRC’s 7 Rehabilitation Centers.
- 36,000detainees in 33 places of detention. To improve hygiene conditions and reinforce preventive measures against COVID-19 with distribution of hygiene items including chlorine, soap and detergents.
- 2,200people (229 families) affected by the conflict received cash grants for food expense, funeral expense, livelihood expenses, medical expenses, shelter repair and other expenses.
- 4,000phone calls, 188 video teleconference calls and 1’788 family visits to detainees in the Prison and Detention Facility in Parwan (PDF-P) by their family members were made to re-establish and maintain contact with relatives.
- 220families visited their detained family members in Pul-i-Charkhi Central Prison with ICRC’s support. In April, family visits to places of detention were not possible due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- 1,400people (200 households) received grants for (purchasing livestock) to start generating income to improve their livelihoods.
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