Afghans

Afghan (Pashto/Dari: افغان) refers to someone or something from Afghanistan, in particular a citizen of that country.The pre-nation state, historical ethnonym Afghan is used to refer to a member of the Pashtun people. Originating from the name of the Aśvakan or Assakan, ancient inhabitants of the Hindu Kush region where the Pashtuns largely still live today. This is also confirmed with multiple historical references, dating from the 15th century and back by multiple non pashtun and pashtun sources. referring to the ethnic Afghans, commonly known as Pashtuns. The word 'Afghan' is of Persian origin to refer to the Pashtun People …

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NIPoRe: Nepal Institute for Policy Research · 15 July 2024 English

In the meantime, the Taliban participated in the third UN-led Doha meeting on Afghanistan for the first time. [...] On the other hand, China attended the UN-led conference on Afghanistan …

expel more than 800,000 Afghans. In November 2024, more than half a million Afghans were forced to leave


ARTF: Afghanistan Resilience Trust Fund · 27 June 2024 English

The analytics supported by the ARTF shed light on the state of the macroeconomy, behaviors of average households, challenges of the private sector, struggles faced by women and girls as …

analytics to report on the socioeconomic conditions of Afghans, especially women, refugee returnees, and other urgent essential services to more than 5.4 million Afghans. It did so by generating a total of 17.3 million (IFRP) impacted some 1.3 million undocumented Afghans in Pakistan. This coupled with an unfavorable political environment led to a large scale return of undocumented Afghans from Pakistan between September and December 2023 While 89 per cent of returnees were undocumented Afghans directly affected by the IFRP, the hostile conditions


EPRS: European Parliamentary Research Service · 25 June 2024 French

As part of the wider Indo-Pacific, South Asia has vital geostrategic importance for the EU, facing significant challenges to the rules-based international order. The Indo-Pacific is rapidly evolving and becoming …

et la principale destination pour les réfugiés afghans. Le pays cherche à redorer son image au niveau d’euros allait être dégagée pour venir en aide aux Afghans. L’Union maintient une collaboration avec les talibans sur le territoire et aux ressortissants et aux Afghans de quitter le pays. En février 2023, lors d’une que l’évacuation des citoyens de l’Union et des Afghans en danger soit facilitée et que l’aide humanitaire ordonné de tous les ressortissants étrangers et des Afghans qui souhaitent quitter le pays; — respecter tous


EPRS: European Parliamentary Research Service · 25 June 2024 English

As part of the wider Indo-Pacific, South Asia has vital geostrategic importance for the EU, facing significant challenges to the rules-based international order. The Indo-Pacific is rapidly evolving and becoming …

Taliban’s commitment to letting foreign nationals and Afghans leave the country. In February 2023, at a Council facilitation of the further evacuation of EU citizens and Afghans at risk and for a further increase in humanitarian orderly departure of all foreign nationals and Afghans who wish to leave the country; — Respect all human


World Bank Group · 21 June 2024 English

Since the Interim Taliban Administration (ITA) assumed control of the country in August 2021, Afghanistan’s economy has experienced a significant contraction that affected all sectors. The declines in international aid, …

survey published by the World Bank in October 2023, Afghans have responded to the economic scarcity and high


World Bank Group · 21 June 2024 English

target) supporting some 6 million Afghans, and provided over 9 million Afghans (78% of the PDO indicator target)


WFP: World Food Programme · 20 June 2024 English

This report provides an analysis of food security and evolving needs and an update on main figures related to WFP’s response.

foreign- held assets. Prior to that, 11 million Afghans were already acutely food insecure due to drought


UNDP: United Nations Development Programme · 19 June 2024 English

Forced displacement is increasing in scale, driven by conflicts, persecution and disasters. Refugees, asylum-seekers, internally displaced persons (IDPs) and host communities are in need of support and opportunities. Greater international …

overarching common aim of enhancing the resilience of Afghans and communities hosting them. In Afghanistan the


EU: European Union · 18 June 2024 English

For the first time since the inception of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS), Europe was called to assist such a high number of people seeking protection. In 2023, asylum …

Slovenia and Switzerland (3,400 each). Syrians, Afghans and Turks continued to apply the most for international since 2016. They were followed at a distance by Afghans, with 114,000 applications, representing an 11% nearly surpassing the number of applications by Afghans. Record high numbers of applications were lodged submitted by Syrians (132,000 decisions) and Afghans (89,000), jointly accounting for one-third of all mostly driven by increased recognition rates for Afghans, Iraqis, Palestinians and Ukrainians and by more


EU: European Union · 18 June 2024 English

This summary presents legislative, institutional and policy developments in asylum and reception in EU+ countries in 2023, as presented in the Asylum Report 2024. Details for each development and further …

initially granted a 2-year residence permit for Afghans who qualified. Denmark Content of protection


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