This article assesses the legacy of the National Solidarity Programme in seven districts of Wardak Province, Afghanistan. We find that the NSP largely achieved its development objectives, but had limited effects on state–society relations. The findings also raise questions about the sustainability of community-driven development in insecure contexts.
Community-Driven Development in Afghanistan: A Case Study of the National Solidarity Programme in Wardak
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Jasmine Bhatia, Naseem Jareer, Ross McIntosh; Community-Driven Development in Afghanistan: A Case Study of the National Solidarity Programme in Wardak. Asian Survey 1 December 2018; 58 (6): 1042–1065. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/as.2018.58.6.1042
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