| Unsicheres Afghanistan Halbjahrsbericht 2019 der UNAMA zur Situation in Afghanistan
Anbei finden Sie den aktuellen Bericht der UNAMA zur Sicherheitssituation von Zivilist*innen in Afghanistan:
MIDYEAR UPDATE ON THE PROTECTION OF CIVILIANS IN ARMED CONFLICT:1 JANUARY TO 30 JUNE 2019*
In the first six months of 2019, the armed conflict continued to inflict significant harm on the civilian population, killing and maiming thousands, displacing families from their homes, and impacting essential services including education and health care. From 1 January to 30 June 2019, UNAMA documented 3,812 civilian casualties (1,366 deaths and 2,446 injured), a 27 per cent decrease from the same period in 2018 and the lowest total of civilian casualties for the first six months of the year since 2012. While the number of injured civilians in the second quarteris comparable to the first quarter of 2019, UNAMA documented a 27 per cent increase in civilian deaths from the first to second quarter in 2019. Trends documented in the first quarter of 2019 continued. Anti-Government Elements continued to cause the majority of civilian casualties. Civilian deaths (not total casualties) attributed to Pro-Government Forces continued to exceed tose caused by Anti-Government Elements.