Saner, Kerry and Palwasha Kakar (January 2004). Health and Social Reconstruction in Afghanistan: A Report of Assessment Interviews Conducted in Kabul, Afghanistan. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Institute for Resource and Security Studies. (4 pages).

This report summarizes three assessment interviews with health-related   NGOs conducted in Kabul, Afghanistan by IRSS.   The purpose of the assessment was to gather information concerning the continuing health and security needs in the country, and how social reconstruction and peace building can be integrated with delivery of health care, as a contribution to meeting high-priority needs. This assessment followed up a paper produced by IRSS, making a recommendation for “Social Reconstruction in Afghanistan Through the Lens of Health and Human Security.

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