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  1. Library Resource
    Afghanistan Land Administration System Project (ALASP)

    Social Management Framework Final Report

    Reports & Research
    February, 2019
    Afghanistan

    The Afghanistan land sector is plagued by a multitude of problems linked to weak governance, corruption and lack of capacity. There are competing claims to land, widespread conflicts, resultant landlessness and poverty. Other issues are limited availability of undisputed farmland, difficulties in accessing grazing lands and many disputes over pasture lands. These issues are exacerbated by conflicting land ownership systems, insecure land tenure and registration, weak land governance environment and uncertain and incomplete legal frameworks.

  2. Library Resource
    March, 2016
    Afghanistan

    Afghanistan is a deeply fragile and
    conflict affected state. It has been in almost constant
    conflict for over 35 years since the Soviet invasion of
    1979. Today the country is at a crossroads in its
    development with economic growth down sharply and poverty
    incidence stubbornly high. Afghanistan faces tremendous
    development challenges. Gross domestic product (GDP)
    per-capita is among the lowest in the world, poverty is deep

  3. Library Resource
    June, 2012
    Afghanistan

    This study examines the constraints on
    the housing sector in Afghanistan. It evaluates government
    policy on housing, looks at the state of housing finance,
    and examines legal and regulatory barriers with a bearing on
    the housing market. The report provides policy
    recommendations aimed at helping to develop a private-sector
    led housing market. To assist in formulating policies and
    implementing actions, the study recommends forming a housing

  4. Library Resource
    June, 2012
    Afghanistan

    This report is about how to
    progressively reduce over time Afghanistan's dependence
    on opium - currently the country's leading economic
    activity - by development initiatives and shifting economic
    incentives toward sustainable legal livelihoods.
    Specifically, the report identifies additional investments
    and policy and institutional measures to support development
    responses that can counterbalance the economic advantages of

  5. Library Resource
    June, 2012
    Afghanistan

    Afghanistan has come a long way since
    emerging from major conflict in late 2001. Important
    political milestones mandated by the Bonn Agreement (two
    Loya Jirgas, a new Constitution, recently the Presidential
    election) have been achieved. The economy has recovered
    strongly, growing by nearly 50 percent cumulatively in the
    last two years (not including drugs). Some three million
    internally- and externally-displaced Afghans have returned

  6. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    Training Resources & Tools
    February, 2008
    Afghanistan, Southern Asia

    This report is about how to progressively reduce over time Afghanistan's dependence on opium - currently the country's leading economic activity - by development initiatives and shifting economic incentives toward sustainable legal livelihoods. Specifically, the report identifies additional investments and policy and institutional measures to support development responses that can counterbalance the economic advantages of opium.

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