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Mission Afghanistan 2030 Publications

Recent Publications

UNICEF/WHO Protect the promise: 2022 progress report on the every woman every child global strategy for women's, children's and adolescents' health (2016-2030)

October 2022

MA2030 contributed to the UNICEF and WHO report with a panel (pg. 10 – 14), The “freefall” of women’s and children’s health and survival in Afghanistan, taking readers through Afghanistan’s remarkable health journey over the past two decades, the health impact from the emergency following the government transition in August 2021, and recommendations for protecting the health of the Afghan population

Livelihoods in Afghanistan

August 2022

MA2030 published a report commissioned by The Asia Foundation (TAF) on the livelihood conditions of Afghans using data from the 2021 Survey of the Afghan People (SAP). The SAP is a national survey of Afghan opinions with data collected just before the government transition in August of that year. The report combines quantitative data analysis, geospatial mapping, policy, and literature reviews alongside consultation with the TAF team. It aims to provide donors and policymakers with vital information on improving Afghanistan’s humanitarian situation. 

Patterns And Determinants of Cross-Border Migration In Afghanistan

August 2022

MA2030 published a report commissioned by The Asia Foundation (TAF) assessing trends in the internal and external migration of Afghan people to inform current and future policy action in Afghanistan. It examines the reasons Afghans were considering leaving or staying in the country at a major crisis point in Afghanistan. 

The women and children of Afghanistan need urgent assistance

September 2021

MA2030 contributed to a comment in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Opinion highlighting the situation following the government transition in August 2021. The piece provides immediate and long-term recommendations to prevent a backsliding of health gains achieved over the past two decades and to protect the health and nutrition of women and children in Afghanistan.