Millions of people who have had to flee their homes in Iraq still need humanitarian assistance.
As a war-torn and natural disaster-prone nation, Afghanistan has faced extreme levels of chronic insecurity, internal displacement and widespread poverty.
Communities remain constantly at risk of hunger for a range of reasons, including recurring droughts, seasonal flooding, a lack of infrastructure and limited access to markets. These issues are particularly pressing for vulnerable populations in remote regions.
Millions of Afghans depend on external humanitarian assistance for their daily survival. An estimated four million Afghan refugees live in Pakistan and Iran – a situation that has become more complicated over the past decade with Western military intervention and infighting among armed groups.