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Afghanistan

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Analysis

The IMF in insecure fragile states: why being absent should no longer be an option

While there is scope to improve IMF operations in all fragile states, ahead of the forthcoming publication of the IMF IEO review of IMF work in fragile states, there is one fundamental change it must make to transform its effectiveness in fragile states: wherever it is possible, it must be present. No country should be left out.

20 March 2018 | At Issue

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World Bank role in Afghanistan unclear

After the first two donor conferences on the reconstruction of Afghanistan - in Islamabad in November and in Brussels in December - some people worry that reconstruction funds could easily be misused and fuel continued civil strife.

17 January 2002
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IFI governance

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Inspection Panel examines Afghan mining project

The World Bank's Inspection Panel compliance body received two complaints in December relating to the Sustainable Development of Natural Resources Project in Afghanistan.

12 February 2013

Finance

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Aid to Afghanistan, Malawi suspended on IMF decision

International donors including USAID and UK DFID have halted aid to Afghanistan following the IMF's suspension of funds in February.

13 June 2011

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Background

Iraq and Afghanistan update

The World Bank relocated Iraq-based staff to Amman after one member died in the bomb…

10 September 2003

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Afghanistan reconstruction questioned

Civil society groups in Afghanistan are complaining that the policy approach being promoted by donors is not appropriate.

1 April 2003

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World Bank-led meeting on Afghanistan causes concern in Pakistan

By Shahid Husain, Freelance journalist, Karachi, and Charlotte Carlsson, Communications & research officer, Bretton Woods Project

17 January 2002
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