Central Data Catalog
National Risk and Vulnerability Assessment 2005
Central Statistics Office (CSO)
March 29, 2019
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Ministry of Women's Affairs, United Nations Development Fund for Women.
Women and Men in Afghanistan: Baseline Statistics on Gender
Defining, Measuring and Addressing Vulnerability: The Case of Post-Conflict Environments
Dissertation, Maastricht University, 2010.
Ahmed, Sadiq, Tara Vishwanath, Umar Serajuddin, Mansoora Rashid , Céline Ferre, Mir Haroun, Mahabub Hossain, S. Mahendra Dev, Champak Pokharel, Saman Kelegama, Hans G.P. Jansen, and Sohail J Malik.
Reforming Safety Nets in South Asia: Improving Regional Responses to Chronic and Transient Poverty
Dhaka, Bangladesh: Mohiuddin Ahmed, The University Press Limited , 2010.
Afghanistan’s Poppy Production: Counting Things and Things that Count
Banzet, Amelie, Christine Bousquet, Beatrice Boyer, Agnes Geoffroy, Francois Grunewald, Domitille Kauffmann, Peggy Pascal, and Nicolas Riviere.
Linking Relief Rehabilitation and Development in Afghanistan
Callen, Michael, Moahammad Isaqzadeh, James D Long, and Charles Sprenger.
Violent Trauma and Risl Preferences: Artefactual Experimental Evidence from Afghanistan
Carvalho, Natalie, Ahmad Shah Salehi, and Sue J Goldie.
National and sub-national analysis of the health benefits and cost-effectiveness of strategies to reduce maternal mortality in Afghanistan
Health policy and planning (2012).
Ciarli, Tommaso, Saeed Parto, and Maria Savona.
Entrepreneurship under Conflict in Afghanistan: Determinants and Motivations of Small Business Owners
El-Badry, Samia, and David A Swanson.
Population, the status of women, and stability in Afghanistan
Southern African Journal of Demography (2012).
Winning hearts and minds? Examining the relationship between aid and security in Afghanistan’s Helmand province
Greeley, Martin, and Mohit Chaturvedi.
Microfinance in Afghanistan: A baseline and initial impact study for MISFA
Methods for population-based assessments in post-conflict settings: Health service performance, economic status and equity of utilization in Afghanistan
PhD Thesis, The Johns Hopkins University , 2009.
Controvercy Over Grade Repetition: Afghan Teachers’ View on Grade Repetition
Independent thesis , Karlstad University, 2013.
Haider, Sadia, Catherine Todd, Malalay Ahmadzai, Shakira Rahimi, Pashtoon Azfar, Jessica L Morris, and Suellen Miller.
Childbearing and contraceptive decision making amongst Afghan men and women: a qualitative analysis
Health care for women international 30, no. 10 (2009): 935-953.
Haver, Jaime, William Brieger, Jérémie Zoungrana, Nasratullah Ansari, and Jean Kagoma.
Experiences engaging community health workers to provide maternal and newborn health services: implementation of four programs
International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics (2015).
Heltberg, Rasmus, Ana Maria Oviedo, and Faiyaz Talukdar.
What are the Sources of Risk and How do people cope? Insights from household surveys in 16 countries
Situation Analysis of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Sector in Relation to the Fulfilment of the Rights of Children and Women in Afghanistan
Islam, Qazi Shafayetul, Syed Masud Ahmed, Taufiqur Rahman, Sher Shah Amin, and Mashuqur Rahman.
Health status of mothers and children in Rural Badghis Province, Afghanistan 2007
Kim, Young-Mi, Jaime Mungia, Manizha Faqir, Nasratullah Ansari, Cherrie Evans, and Partamin.
Patterns in training, knowledge, and performance of skilled birth attendants providing emergency obstetric and newborn care in Afghanistan
International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics 119, no. 2 (2012): 125-129.
Kuschminder, Katie, and Manoj Dora.
Migration in Afghanistan: History, current trends and future prospects
Maastricht. edu. Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, 2009.
Levitt, Emily, Kees Kostermans, Luc Laviolette, and Nkosinathi Mbuya.
Malnutrition in Afghanistan: scale, scope, causes, and potential response
: World Bank Publications, 2010.
Gender and Employment in Rural Afghanistan
Journal of Asian and African Studies 43, no. 2 (2008): 173-196.
Mansfield, David, and Adam Pain.
Evidence from the Field: Understanding Changing Levels of Opium Poppy Cultivation in Afghanistan
Afghanistan Research And Evaluation Unit: Briefing Paper Series (2007).
Unemployment And Underemployment In Afghanistan
NABET 2008 Proceedings of the 31st Annual Meeting.
Rural Community Vulnerability to Food Security Impacts of Climate Change in Afghanistan: Evidence from Balkh, Herat, and Nangarhar Provinces
Master of Environmental Studies Thesis, University of Waterloo, 2011.
Mittal, Surabhi, and Deepti Sethi.
Food security in South Asia: Issues and opportunities
Pain, Adam, and Paula Kantor.
Understanding and Addressing Context in Rural Afghanistan: How Villages Differ and Why
AREU: Issues Paper Series (2010).
Parto, Saeed, and Akshay Regmi.
Institutional Analysis and Praxis
Microcredit and Reconstruction in Afghanistan: An Institutionalist Critique of Imported Development (2009).
Presterud, Ane Ofstad.
Afghan Opium: Critical assessment of the size of opium cultivation and the incentives of farmers
Master thesis for the Master of Philosophy in Economics degree, UNIVERSITETET I OSLO, 2010.
Water Management, Livestock and the Opium Economy: Challenges and Opportunities for Strengthening Licit Agricultural Livelihoods
AREU: Synthesis Paper Series (2009).
Rubin, Barnett R, and Jake Sherman.
Counter-narcotics to stabilize Afghanistan: The false promise of crop eradication
: UNDP, 2008.
Challenges and successes in family planning in Afghanistan
Management Sciences For Health , no. 6 (2007).
Gender equality in the Afghanistan national development strategy
Master Thesis, Universität Wien, 2011.
Todd, Catherine S, Malalay Ahmadzai, Faridullah Atiqzai, Suellen Miller, Jeffrey M Smith, Syed Alef Shah Ghazanfar, and Steffanie A Strathdee.
Seroprevalence and correlates of HIV, syphilis, and hepatitis B and C virus among intrapartum patients in Kabul, Afghanistan
BMC infectious diseases 8, no. 1 (2008): 119.
Trani, Jean-Francois, Praveen Kumar, Ellis Ballard, and Tarani Chandola.
Assessment of progress towards universal health coverage for people with disabilities in Afghanistan: a multilevel analysis of repeated cross-sectional surveys
The Lancet Global Health 5, no. 8 (2017): e828-e837.