The Seasonal Support project is financially supported by the World Food Program (WFP) with a total budget of about 3.4 million AFN, for a duration of 2.5 months (15th August 2019 – 31st October 2019). The project was implemented by STARS, in Chak, Daymirdad, Jalrez, Nerkh, Saydabad, and Jaghato districts of Maidan Wardak Province in Afghanistan from which a total of 13,200 households received basic foods.

The overall objective of this project was to increase food security levels of the most vulnerable populations, build peace and trust between locals (Government and Taliban), strengthen the resilience of the target population against shocks, support the recovery of communities affected by food, insecurity shocks and Respond to the food-security needs of economically stressed, most vulnerable men, women, boys and girls affected by conflict, drought and natural disasters in 6 districts of Maidan Wardak Province.

STARS in continuation of its assistance to the needy families supported 100 families in Kabul province. Since the second wave of Covid-19 and the deadly winter.

The Project is supported by the Johanniter International Assistance with a total budget of about 43,818 EURO for a duration of (01-Dec-2018 up to 28-Feb-2020).

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The initial objectives of the STARS entirely focus on efforts to assist the poor and to educate those seeking capacities to earn their living with their own efforts. As a non-governmental and non-political humanitarian development organization