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Enduring Partnership for a Peaceful and Prosperous Afghanistan

Afghanistan is going through a transformative period in its recent history. For the first time in decades, there is genuine hope that peace is on the horizon.  


The Opportunity of a Lifetime: My Conversation with Global Superstar Aamir Khan

As a long-time fan of the films of Aamir Khan, I seized the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, when the possibility to ask him a question arose during the Special Edition of UNDP’s Karma Dialogues.  


Improved Service Delivery is a Necessary, But Not Sufficient, Condition to Ensure Women’s Rights and Access to Justice in Afghanistan

As the world copes with one of the most catastrophic pandemics of modern times, laboratory services and testing capabilities are proving to be most critical in tackling the COVID-19 outbreak  


A Socio-Economic Impact Assessment of Coronavirus on Afghanistan

The COVID-19 pandemic has left its mark on all aspects of life throughout the world, including Afghanistan. In addition to affecting health of millions and causing thousands of lives in Afghanistan,…  


Universal Basic Income is the Answer to the Inequalities Exposed by COVID-19

As the world copes with one of the most catastrophic pandemics of modern times, laboratory services and testing capabilities are proving to be most critical in tackling the COVID-19 outbreak  


Global Fund Investments in Afghanistan’s Medical Labs Prove Vital in COVID-19 Response

As the world copes with one of the most catastrophic pandemics of modern times, laboratory services and testing capabilities are proving to be most critical in tackling the COVID-19 outbreak  


The New UNDP in Afghanistan

A ‘New UNDP’ with transformed approach to development programming in Afghanistan is taking shape. UNDP’s Resident Representative Abdallah Al Dardari writes for Pajhwok Afghan News.  


A New Approach to the Poppy Problem

Napoleon Navarro, UNDP Afghanistan’s Senior Deputy Resident Representative, shares his view on how we can find new ways to eradicate poppy problem.  


Making SDGs Integration Work in Afghanistan

Four decades of war and conflict in Afghanistan have hampered social and economic development in the country and resulted in a much slower rate of economic growth in the last decade than could have…  


A New Approach to the Poppy Problem

Napoleon Navarro, UNDP Afghanistan’s Senior Deputy Resident Representative, shares his view on how we can find new ways to eradicate poppy problem.  

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