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Afghanistan
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$537.54 M Planned Budget
$129.80 M Actual Budget
$407.73 M Shortfall
$98.41 M Expenses
Office IATI Identifier outcome result statement
Planned Budget Actual Budget and Shortfall expenses
XM-DAC-41146-AFG_D_1.1 By the end of 2025, more people in Afghanistan, particularly the most marginalized, can equitably access essential services that meet minimum quality standards.
$24,012,228
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-AFG_D_1.2 By the end of 2025, more people in Afghanistan will benefit from an increasingly stable, inclusive, and employment-rich economy, with greater equality of economic opportunities and more resilient livelihoods, increased food production, and improved natural resources management.
$3,806,226
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-AFG_D_1.3 By the end of 2025, more people in Afghanistan can participate in an increasingly socially cohesive, gender equal, and inclusive society, where the rule of law and human rights are progressively upheld, and more people can fully, equally, and safely participate in governance and decision-making.
$11,837,375
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XM-DAC-41146-AFG_O_1 ACO maintains principled performance and accountability to achieve its programmatic ambitions
$1,284,013
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-AFG_O_2 ACO continues to sustain, generate and diversify strategic partnerships and resources to advance gender equality and women’s rights in Afghanistan
$264,543
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-AFG_O_3 ACO’s reputation and operational approach is recognized as able to deliver impact at scale
$1,712,339
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-AFG_O_4 ACO nurtures an empowered workforce and advances an inclusive UN Women culture capable of delivering together in as a cohesive team able to adapt to the new and emerging operating context
$4,677,963
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-AFG_O_5 ACO effectively plans for and delivers on UN Women’s GEWE mandate through efficient and coordinated programmatic and strategic planning, and monitoring, evaluation and reporting of results
$1,932,505
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$0
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XM-DAC-41146-ALB_D_1.1 By 2026, government institutions ensure increased and more equitable investment in people to remove barriers and create opportunities for those at risk of exclusion (UNSDCF Outcome A).
$268,060
$173,060
$156,796
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XM-DAC-41146-ALB_D_1.2 By 2026, all persons benefit from, and contribute to, innovative and integrated policy solutions that accelerate sustainable, productive and inclusive development, enhanced climate change adaptation and mitigation and transition to a green and blue economy (UNSDCF Outcome B).
$552,654
$718,488
$862,542
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XM-DAC-41146-ALB_D_1.3 By 2026, all persons contribute to, gender-responsive governance that strengthens equality and non-discrimination, promotes women’s empowerment and human rights, and reduces violence against women and children (UNSDCF C2).
$1,449,961
$1,052,542
$1,043,471
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XM-DAC-41146-APA_D_1.1 Women and girls in all their diversity, effectively contribute to, and benefit equally from the full operationalization of global normative frameworks, policies, laws and financial instruments and inclusive governance systems and institutions, at all levels (across the humanitarian-development-peace nexus).
$6,721,650
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-APA_D_1.2 State and non-state actors and communities collaborate with women and girls in all their diversity, in promoting zero tolerance of harmful gender (and other) stereotypes, discriminatory social norms and all forms of VAWG.
$606,914
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-APA_D_1.3 Women and girls in all their diversity, benefit equally from opportunities, goods, services and resources, in full enjoyment of their social and economic rights and freedoms
$1,814,953
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-APA_D_1.4 Women and girls in all their diversity, and representatives of the women’s rights movement, exercise their leadership, voice and agency, without fear of retaliation, in development and crises-affected contexts.
$853,050
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-APA_D_1.5 Both state and non-state actors contribute to the production, analyses and leveraging of gender statistics and sex-disaggregated data to inform decision-making, budgeting, monitoring and reporting on normative commitments to advance gender equality and women’s empowerment
$2,014,696
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-APA_D_1.6 The UN regional development and humanitarian architecture strengthens collective and coordinated action to advance gender equality and the empowerment of women in its planning, resourcing and partnerships, in development and crises-affected contexts.
$310,981
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-APA_O_1 UN-Women is an accountable and trustworthy development organization that manages its financial and other resources with integrity and in line with its programmatic ambitions and fiduciary obligations.
$748,000
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-APA_O_2 Effectively influencing for impact & scale:] UN-Women effectively leverages and expands its partnerships, communications and advocacy capabilities to increase support for and financing of the gender equality agenda, while securing sustainable resourcing for the delivery of its own mandate
$833,985
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-APA_O_3 UN-Women strategically plans for and transforms its business model to deliver impact at scale, through agile and ethical leadership rooted in a continuous improvement culture
$354,624
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-APA_O_4 With its unique and inclusive culture, UN-Women is an employer of choice with a diverse and highly performing cadre of personnel that embodies UN values
$263,000
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-APA_O_5 UN-Women efficiently and effectively discharges of all business processes that advance integrated delivery of its mandate at HQ, Regional and Country levels, including through shared services.
$5,532,885
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-ARG_D_1.1 More women and LGBTIQ+ increase their access to opportunities for the generation of more stable income and sustainable livelihoods.
$343,649
$0
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-ARG_D_1.2 Economic and productive policies have a gender approach and promote more economic, decent work and care opportunities for women and LGBTIQ+.
$434,759
$0
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XM-DAC-41146-ARG_D_2.1 Social norms, traditional gender stereotypes and unequal power relations which normalize and justify discrimination, racism and violence are deconstructed.
$242,000
$0
$0
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