Afghanistan’s biggest economic challenge is finding sustainable sources of growth. To date, the World Bank has committed more than $3.34 billion for development projects. The Bank-administered Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund has raised more than $9.2 billion.
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December 6, 2016 — This third edition of the Provincial Briefs provides a comprehensive profile of the most recent progress on socio-economic outcomes in Afghanistan, both at the national and at the provincial level.
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November 8, 2016 — Afghanistan’s economy is experiencing the most sustained period of slow growth since it emerged from the conflict in 2002. The Afghanistan Development Update October 2016 explores the inextricable link between security and development in Afghanistan.
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The Afghanistan Skills Development Project aims to increase access to high-quality vocational education and training in an equitable, efficient, and sustainable way.
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