A report by the U.N. mission in Afghanistan noted a drop in civilians killed in the first three months of this year.
A Syrian relief group said that 200,000 men, women and children fled their homes in buses, trucks and cars in recent weeks.
Pompeo told reporters Tuesday that attacks targeting U.N. personnel helping the Afghan people are “unconscionable.”
But the interagency Employee Assistance Program may end after that, according to the HHS provider service.
UNAMA attributed the rise in civilian casualties to an increase in "indiscriminate Taliban attacks in urban areas."
The U.N. documented 1,366 civilians killed and 2,446 wounded in its latest report on Afghan noncombatant casualties.
AFRICOM determined that the deaths in 2018 were improperly passed up to headquarters, following a command review.
U.S. Africa Command says that there have been no civilian casualties as a result of U.S. air strikes targeting al-Shabaab.
President Trump moved to rescind part of an Obama-era order requiring the publication of a report on civilian casualties.
The militants were preparing to attack government and tourism facilities, army and police personnel and Christian churches.