Stream 3 Project

Stream-3 Emergency Response Project is an IPPF humanitarian internal fund. AFGA and IPPF are committed to providing Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) to the affected population during/post-crisis. In 2023, Stream-III has supported AFGA to provide MISP services to the affected population from earthquake in Herat Province. 


After the struck of a 6.3 magnitude earthquake in the west of Herat City in Herat Province, western Afghanistan. Several aftershocks have occurred since, with the initial quake felt in neighboring Badghis and Farah provinces. A huge number of families have been displaced, more than 2000 died and approximately 10000 people injured in Herat province due to the earthquake. Partners and local authorities are concerned about the cold weather and the limitation of livelihood resources in the area. 


Immediately, after the approval of the Stream-3 Project by IPPF, AFGA officially launched the health service provision to the affected people through the Emergency Response Committee established by the Health Cluster and Provincial Public Health Directorate of Herat. The main purpose was to provide immediate humanitarian medical assistance for the affected people by organizing three mobile Health Team vans which were sufficiently equipped with the needed tools, medicines, and professional individuals. 


Through this project, AFGA provided 27,741 medical and counseling services to 26,332 clients. This three-month project was completed with overachieving the targets.