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Afghanistan: Humanitarianism under Threat

Published:
1 March 2009
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Asia
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Afghanistan: Humanitarianism under Threat

This briefing paper provides an update on the humanitarian challenges and opportunities in Afghanistan. It is based on some 60 interviews with Afghan and international aid workers, as well as with senior Afghan government officials, bilateral donors, and observers and analysts unrelated to the aid enterprise. Its aim is to highlight critical issues affecting the provision of humanitarian action and to suggest how they could, partially at least, be redressed.

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