Afghanistan Home worldbank Latest news and information from the World Bank and its development work in Afghanistan Access Afghanistan s economy facts, statistics, project information, development research Unlocking the Potential of Agriculture for Afghanistan s Agriculture has traditionally dominated Afghanistan s economy and contributed for a large part to its growth About percent of Afghans live and work in rural areas, mostly on farms, and percent of all households derive income from agriculture Despite a decline in its share of Afghanistan Afghanistan World Bank Blogs Despite a volatile business environment, Afghanistan has made gains to improve the ease of doing business in the country These gains resulted in Afghanistan s ranking in Doing Business a World Bank report that measures business regulations across economies jumping from in to in the report, earning the country a coveted spot in this year s global top improvers. World Bank Supports Education and Rural Women in Afghanistan million grant for improving education sector and women s economic empowerment KABUL, October , Speaking about the new financing package, acting Finance Minister Humayon Qayoumi said Investing in women empowerment and education programs sets the direct path towards gender equality, poverty reduction, economic growth and higher income. Afghanistan Private Sector Development Afghanistan Photo by Steve Utterwulghe This latest blog post should start with a mea culpa.Indeed, my work plan for public private dialogue PPD did start in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, not Copenhagen. Afghanistan Overview worldbank Afghanistan s biggest economic challenge is finding sustainable sources of growth To date, the World Bank has committed than . billion for development projects The Bank administered Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund has raised than . billion. Afghanistan Conflict and Development I was listening to a report on the radio last week about winning hearts and minds in Afghanistan You know, all the stuff about moving from the number of insurgents killed and hectares of poppy fields destroyed to how many miles of roads can be travelled in safety and the number of people benefiting from agricultural extension projects. From Transition to Tranformation The Role of the ICT ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The mini case study titled From Transition to Transformation The Role of the ICT sector in Afghanistan , was commissioned by infoDev, a global partnership program within the World Bank This report is a part of the studies on the use of ICTs for post conflict reconstruction. Afghanistan People, Spaces, Deliberation Afghanistan s Bamyan province is best known for its ancient statues of Buddha, destroyed years ago by the Taliban government Today, its relative security and freezing winters are aiding the growth of a fledgling skiing industry. All Projects World Bank With member countries, staff from than countries, and offices in over locations, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership five institutions working for sustainable solutions that reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries....
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