The food insecurity in Afghanistan remains alarmingly high. An estimated 23.7 million people—more than half of Afghanistan’s population—are projected to require humanitarian assistance mainly due to the residual impacts of extreme climate shocks and the country’s severe economic decline, characterized by high unemployment and fragile recovery. Undernutrition is highly prevalent among children under five in Afghanistan and is an underlying cause of the high under-five mortality rates in the country. A recently released report by UNICEF shows that in Afghanistan, 40% of children (2.6 million) are living in severe food poverty. The Nutrition Cluster estimates that almost 6.6 million children and women will suffer from acute malnutrition in 2024; 3.7 million children and around 2 million women will suffer from moderate wasting, and 857,155 children are expected to suffer from severe wasting, putting them at risk of death if immediate action is not taken. Since 2021, TSDO has provided nutrition services for children, lactating, and pregnant women in Nad Ali, Marja, Lashkargah, as well as in Nangarhar in Shirzad, Khogiani, Surkhroad, and Dehballah districts. Since January 2022, TSDO, as a partner of WFP, has provided food packages and cash for vulnerable families, and 1000 children aged 6–59 months, as well as lactating and pregnant mothers, have received supplementation with food packages of WAWA MuM (LNS-MQ and super cereals WSP).