Humanitarian Aid Delivery in Contemporary Afghanistan

Author: Hila-Nawa Alam

This paper draws on evaluation data and analysis from Uplift Afghanistan’s efforts at delivering humanitarian assistance and sets out the lessons the organisation has learned about the strengths and weaknesses of different options.

This publication is part of a series highlighting the work and analysis of the Afghanistan Research Network (ARN), a project convened by LSE / PeaceRep, and the Civic Engagement Project (CEP). The network brings together over 20 Afghan researchers (and several non-Afghans) with diverse expertise and backgrounds investigating a range of issues. This project aims to support Afghan researchers who were recently forced to leave Afghanistan; to ensure expert and analytical provision; inform contextually-appropriate international policies and practices on Afghanista21000n; and to deepen understanding of evolving political, security, and economic dynamics.

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