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Afghanistan

Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

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21 Feb 05
Illiterate, middle-aged women are flocking to government-sponsored basic education classes.
21 Feb 05
Many nomadic farmers are being forced to abandon their centuries-old way of life.
21 Feb 05
People whose homes were seized during the years of war and strife are finding it hard to retrieve them.
21 Feb 05
A thriving industry vanishes almost overnight as refugees stream back to their homeland, taking their skills with them.
21 Feb 05
Kabul's libraries were no more than targets for missiles in wartime but now a huge effort is underway to restore some of their old glory.
21 Feb 05
One of the biggest attractions in Kabul is named after a disaster movie, and officials warn it is becoming a catastrophe in its own right.
21 Feb 05
The Afghan government's pledge to wean farmers off their lucrative poppy crops rings hollow as the UN predicts a huge leap in production.
21 Feb 05
Afghan refugees acknowledge the problems they face when they return home may be more acute than those they've had to endure in exile.
21 Feb 05
Roaring smuggling trade across Afghan border keep Peshawar markets humming.
21 Feb 05
Khost citizens hope upcoming Loya Jirga will help to bring an end to local factional fighting.

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