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Challenges and Opportunities for Strengthening Licit Agricultural Livelihoods

This paper brings together key findings and recommendations arising from the second year of research conducted by AREU under the auspices of the “Applied Thematic Research into Water Management, Livestock and the Opium Economy” project.

Findings from the First Year of Farm and Household Monitoring

This report provides a summary overview of the results from the first year of farm and household monitoring undertaken under the auspices of the European Commission-funded project “Applied Thematic Research into Water Management, Livestock and the Opium Economy.” Farm and Read More

Land Conflict in Afghanistan: Building Capacity to Address Vulnerability

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Land Conflict in Afghanistan: Building Capacity to Address Vulnerability

This issues paper presents the findings, conclusions and recommendations of the “For Building Capacity to Address Land-Related Conflict and Vulnerability in Afghanistan” research project. The project’s overall objective was to help reduce land-related insecurity and vulnerability by strengthening the Afghan Read More

Natural Resources Management, Farming Systems and Rural Livelihoods

This paper synthesises the preliminary findings, conclusions and recommendations emerging from the first year of AREU’s study, “Applied Thematic Research into Water Management, Livestock and the Opium Economy” (abbreviated as WOL). It examines irrigation methods and water management systems, and Read More

Opportunities for Pro-Poor Agricultural Growth

This paper brings together key findings and recommendations from three years of research conducted by the Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit (AREU) under the “Applied Thematic Research into Water Management, Livestock and the Opium Economy” project (hereafter abbreviated to WOL). Read More

Baseline Study: Water Management, Livestock and the Opium Economy

The research is expected to provide evidence-based recommendations for improving the effectiveness of agricultural policy and rural programming addressing the recognised lack of understanding about the ways in which rural livelihoods are constructed and respond to change.