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Year: 2006

This publications synthesises results from a three-country research project on Afghan transnational networks and sustainable reintegration conducted by the Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit (AREU) in 2004-5

  • Migration and the formation of transnational networks are key livelihood strategies for the people of Afghanistan; a simple distinction between political and economic causes, associated with involuntary or voluntary migration, cannot do justice to the complexity of these migration flows.
  • Migration is an ancient phenomenon in the region, not simply a response to poverty or war and a cultural model, not merely an act of flight followed by integration into the host country or eventual repatriation.
The relevant governments and the international assistance community should work towards:
  • policy prescriptions to manage population movements to the benefit of all involved, rather than straightforward repatriation initiatives, and to improve the economic and security situation in Afghanistan.
  • establishing bilateral labour migration frameworks that provide clear legal rights for Afghan labourers and increase awareness of the labour and other contributions made by Afghans to the Iranian and Pakistani economies.

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Year: 2006
Half of the children in Afghanistan still do not go to school despite a 500 per cent increase in enrolments in the last six years
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Year: 2006
Half of the children in Afghanistan still do not go to school despite a 500 per cent increase in enrolments in the last six years
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Year: 2006
Half of the children in Afghanistan still do not go to school despite a 500 per cent increase in enrolments in the last six years
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Year: 2006
Oxfam GB implementated a three-year community-based rural livelihoods programme in Shahr-I-Buzurg and Yawan Districts of Badakshan province, beginning in 2003
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Year: 2006
Oxfam is running a rural recovery and food security programme in 40 villages of the districts of Panjao, Waras, Lal o Sarjangal and Ashterlaï in Hazarajat and a community based rural livelihood programme in 40 villages of the districts of Yawan and Shar-e Buzurg in Badakhshan province
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Year: 2006
Huge numbers of Afghan refugees living in Pakistan have returned to Afghanistan, yet an almost equal number has remained, despite an often hostile government response
Year: 2005
This paper highlights the importance of transnational migratory networks in the reconstruction of Afghanistan
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Year: 2003
Snow Leopards, in a genus of their own, are endangered big cats
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