The Afghanistan Environment and Humanitarian Action (EHA) country-level study is one in a series of studies undertaken by the UN Environment/OCHA Joint Unit in 2015 that assesses the extent to which environmental concerns have been mainstreamed in humanitarian action.
In June 2015, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and UN Environment undertook a two week mission to Afghanistan to better understand environmental mainstreaming in a range of contexts, including: conflict and natural disaster related internal displacement, Pakistani refugees in camps and host communities, and Afghan refugees in return and resettlement programmes. In addition, the study analysed the extent to which environmental concerns have been integrated into the Humanitarian Programme Cycle, particularly through the Environment Marker. The study presents key findings, conclusions and recommendation and provides guidance and advice to humanitarian actors on how to improve environmental mainstreaming in a protracted crisis.
Consult the study here.