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Humanitarian Security in Afghanistan

Published:
5 August 2010
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Asia
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Humanitarian Security in Afghanistan

This document describes and analyses trends in attacks on humanitarian personnel, gives an overview of the training and education humanitarian personnel receive before entering a conflict zone, and explains how security issues have impacted humanitarian organisations working in Afghanistan. It contains detailed statistical information and graphs and maps.

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