Noorrahman Rahmani | Institute for War and Peace Reporting

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Noorrahman Rahmani

Country Director, Afghanistan

Before becoming Country Director, Noorrahman Rahmani worked as Director of Operations with IWPR Afghanistan, and prior to that Director of Finance. He joined IWPR in 2005. In addition to his work for IWPR, Rahmani is a senior analyst on South Asia for TruBridge Consulting. Earlier in his career, he worked as administrative specialist and translator for Kellogg, Brown & Root.

Afghan president Mohammad Ashraf Ghani visiting Germany, December 5, 2014. (Photo: Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
Noorrahman Rahmani
15 Jan 15
Interviews reflect sense of disappointment that new president hasn’t lived up to expectations.
Noorrahman Rahmani
11 May 12
No one has yet called alleged perpetrators of war crimes to account, and there is little chance of it happening once foreign troops leave in 2014.
Noorrahman Rahmani
16 Apr 12
Insurgents should never have been able to penetrate Afghan capital’s defences in the first place.
US military helicopter over Kandahar countryside. NATO’s efforts on the ground, including hearts-and-minds work, have been furth
Noorrahman Rahmani
12 Mar 12
Kandahar shootings only worsen negative views of foreign troop presence.
Noorrahman Rahmani
12 Mar 12
While US soldier’s rampage will provoke bigger anti-American protests than before, it is still unlikely to derail Kabul’s relations with Washington.
Noorrahman Rahmani
15 Apr 10
IWPR steps up media development activities in the west of the country.
Noorrahman Rahmani
31 Mar 10
IWPR steps up media development activities in the west of the country. By Noorrahman Rahmani in Kabul
Noorrahman Rahmani
30 Mar 10
IWPR report prompts improvement in security at Afghan dam site.
Noorrahman Rahmani
30 Mar 10
IWPR steps up media development activities in the west of the country.