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May 2014
Afghanistan

The objective of this study is to
develop an integrated basin planning framework for analyzing
and prioritizing water resources development options in
Afghanistan, and to demonstrate its application in the Kabul
River basin. Accordingly, the study focuses on the tasks of:

April 2014
Afghanistan

This paper provides an institutional
record of the implementation experiences of all the four
World Bank-assisted National Emergency Employment Program
(NEEP)/National Rural Access Program (NRAP) projects and
evaluates the impact on community members of the improved

April 2014
Afghanistan

This report analyzes some key aspects of
food security, namely production, trade, markets and food
aid at the national level, and consumption at the household
level. In doing so it aspires to make a contribution to the
on-going work in Afghanistan regarding the attainment of the

Journal Articles & Books
December 2013
Pakistan
Afghanistan

Extensive groundwater withdrawals in urban areas may cause water shortages, land subsidence, and water quality problems. The Quetta Valley is the largest population center in Balochistan province in western Pakistan. This area is arid and groundwater is the main water source for domestic and agricultural use.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2013
Pakistan
Afghanistan
Turkmenistan
Iran

The Persian Long-tailed Desert Lizard, Mesalina watsonana , is one of the most common and most widely distributed lizards on the Iranian Plateau extending from Iran to Pakistan and Afghanistan. The species is frequently encountered in various types of habitats.

Reports & Research
Training Resources & Tools
December 2013
Afghanistan
Southern Asia

The objective of this case study is to document an example of the successful design and implementation of housing micronance (HMF) products by analyzing the approach taken by the First Micronance Bank of Afghanistan (FMFB-A) from 2009 to 2013. This report aims to encourage other lenders to follow suit and offer housing-related loans to low-income earners.

Reports & Research
December 2013
France
Brazil
United States of America
Japan
Malaysia
Afghanistan
China
Italy
Indonesia
Netherlands
India
Bhutan
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Asia

With 16 percent of the world’s population, India has 2.45 percent of the world’s land resources and 4 percent of its water resources. It is obvious that supply will barely match future demand. Around 50 percent of irrigated agriculture and 85 percent of rural drinking water comes from groundwater.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2013
Serbia
Nigeria
Dominican Republic
Zambia
Israel
El Salvador
Afghanistan
Samoa
Ukraine
Peru
Belarus
China
Comoros
Slovakia
Seychelles
Mozambique
Uganda
Kyrgyzstan
Haiti
Iraq
Russia
Mexico
Mongolia

Since 1950 FAO has prepared and advocated decennial programmes for the World Census of Agriculture (WCA). The 2000 Programme was the sixth in the series.

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