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Factors Influencing Decisions to Use Child Labour: A Case Study of Poor Households in Badakhshan

Focusing on Badakhshan Province, this is the second case study in a three-part series examining household decision-making on the use of child labour in urban and rural Afghanistan. The research focuses on factors beyond poverty—such as debt, social relations, educational Read More

To Return or to Remain: The Dilemma of Second-Generation Afghans in Pakistan

This case study focuses on second-generation Afghans in Pakistan.

600kAfghan Returnees from NWFP, Pakistan, to Nangarhar Province

Focusing on Afghan returnees from NWFP, Pakistan to Nangarhar Province, this is the last of nine case studies from this project.

Looking Beyond the School Walls: Household Decision-Making and School Enrolment in Afghanistan

This briefing paper  discusses the reasons parents do or do not send children to school, and what influences these decisions.

Household Decision Making and School Enrolment in Afghanistan: Case Study 4 (District 2, Kandahar City)

This case study discusses the reasons why families choose to send or not send children to school in an area of Kandahar City.

Household Decision Making and School Enrolment in Afghanistan: Case Study 3 (Nesher Villages, Belcheragh, Faryab Province)

This case study discusses the reasons why families choose to send or not send children to school in an area of Faryab Province.

Household Decision Making and School Enrolment in Afghanistan: Case Study 2 (Pul-i-Khushk, District 13, Kabul City)

This case study discusses the reasons why families choose to send or not send children to school in an area of Kabul City.

Household Decision Making and School Enrolment in Afghanistan: Case Study 1 (Chahar Asyab District, Kabul Province)

This case study discusses the reasons why families choose to send or not send children to school in an area of Kabul City.

Some Notes on the Livelihoods of the Urban Poor in Kabul, Afghanistan

This paper summarises some of the basic features of Afghan urban poor livelihoods gathered from interviews with returned refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs), and long-term residents living in Karte Nau (District 8) in Kabul. The fieldwork was based on a Read More