|41||Breaking the cycle ||09-Nov-2018||Towards a collective-needs based approach to hunger in Afghanistan
|42||Emergency Livelihoods in Northern and Eastern Afghanistan||28-Oct-2018||A review of programme strategy in Kunduz and Nangarhar integrating markets, gender and conflict sensitivity
|43||Lessons Learnt and Best Practices ||09-Oct-2018||Project on Reinforcement of Community Response to Violence Against Women
|44||The state of the enabling environment of Civil Society in Afghanistan ||13-Sep-2018||Afghanistan Institute for Civil Society (AICS) published the third annual research of the “State of Enabling Environment for CSOs in Afghanistan” for 2018 (SEECA 2018).
|45||Afghanistan Fragmented Families Assessments reports -May 2018||04-Sep-2018||Afghanistan Fragmented Families Assessments reports
|46|| Afghanistan EU Country Road Map for Engagement with Civil Society 2018-2020||29-Aug-2018||
Afghanistan EU Country Road Map for Engagement with Civil Society 2018-2020
|47||طرزالعمل توسعه و انکشاف زعفران در افغانستان||27-Aug-2018||طرزالعمل توسعه و انکشاف زعفران در افغانستان
|48||Monitoring the Education Sector - 30, 2018 First Quarterly Monitoring Report ||15-Jul-2018||Following up the implementation of recommendations of the MEC report; “Ministry-wide Vulnerability to Corruption Assessment of the Ministry of Education”.
April 30, 2018
|49||Displaced,Denied, Destroyed"||10-Jul-2018||Displaced, Denied, Destroyed"
Educational in Afghanistan is changing from bastions of hope and safety into spaces of fear, armed conflict, and politics.
|50||REACHING OUT - Implementing a Comprehensive Response to Drought in Afghanistan||08-Jul-2018||REACHING OUT - Implementing a Comprehensive Response to Drought in Afghanistan,
4th July 2018, Kabul, Afghanistan
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