Why people in Afghanistan are not taking coronavirus seriously?

Currently, the poverty line is defined as an income of 70 afghanis a day, which is equivalent to about 1 U.S. dollar. The Afghanistan Living Conditions …

by · Tuesday, 31 March 2020 · Afghanistan

Nasrat Esmaty

Nasrat Esmaty has a Master of Arts Degree in Poverty and Development from the Institute of Development Studies in the UK and an Associate Degree …

by · Tuesday, 3 March 2020 · Afghanistan

Afghanistan Improves its Growth by an Estimated 2.9 Percent

… needs to ramp up the pace of reforms to generate faster growth necessary to improve the living standards of its people and reduce poverty,” he said.

by · Wednesday, 22 January 2020 · Afghanistan

Watchdogs Take Aim at Big Tech’s Data Dominance

These forms of inequality are rising as progress has been made in more traditional measures of inequality such as extreme poverty and disease, …

by · Monday, 9 December 2019 · Afghanistan

Collective efforts stressed for tackling poverty, conflict and global warming

PHNOM PENH (CAMBODIA), Nov 20: Leaders of different countries including Nepal, the Philippines, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Afghanistan on …

by · Wednesday, 20 November 2019 · Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines

Air Pollution In Afghan Capital Deadlier Than War

In the capital, Kabul, five of his children died not from violence or bombings but from air pollution, worsened by bitter cold and poverty. At the camp for …

by · Monday, 18 November 2019 · Afghanistan

BAZAR:More Than 70 Percent Of Afghans Live Below The Poverty Line

Initial surveys on poverty in the country show that more than seventy percent of Afghans are living in poverty. Based on preliminary findings, given the …

by · Sunday, 6 October 2019 · Afghanistan

Afghan Forces Are Not Believing In ‘Holiness Of War’

… forces are not going to the battlefield with a “holy motivation” and that they are joining the lines of the forces due to economic constraints and poverty …

by · Saturday, 14 September 2019 · Afghanistan

“Hard times will make you stronger”

To mark World Humanitarian Day, Anita Haidary, explains what’s it’s like to be a female humanitarian worker – and how she got to do the job she loves.   This photo you see is one of the few that survived all the moves we made to escape the w…

by · Saturday, 17 August 2019 · Afghanistan

World Bank Reports Low Economic Growth In Afghanistan

Afghanistan’s economy grew by around two percent in 2018 despite progress in economic policies, likely leading to further increases in poverty and …

by · Sunday, 21 July 2019 · Afghanistan