Raffaella Iodice, EU Chargée d’Affaires a.i. at the EU Delegation to Afghanistan and Matt Reed, Global Director of Institutional Partnerships at AKF, sign the new partnership agreement.

Courtesy of the European Union

“This project will support efforts to safeguard the livelihoods of some of the most marginalised communities in Afghanistan and build their resilience to external shocks and stressors. The funding will directly contribute to improved food and income security for vulnerable households, and promote their self-reliance”, said Dr Najmuddin Najm, CEO of AKF Afghanistan.

AKF is partnering with the Danish Refugee Council / Dansk Flygtningehjælp and Rehabilitation Association and Agriculture Development for Afghanistan (RAADA) to strengthen the impact of this project.

Read more about AKDN’s commitment to supporting the Afghan people.