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BAZAR: Survey Shows Increase In Women's Economy

The interviews were conducted across the country from July 6 to 27, 2018, a month following the three-day, Eid-ul-Fitr ceasefire.

The Asia Foundation’s annual survey of the Afghan people shows that more than 60 percent of Afghans remain pessimistic about their country’s future.
 
Insecurity is the most frequently cited reason for pessimism about the country’s direction, cited slightly more often this year than last (72.5% vs. 69.5%), followed by concern about the economy (37.6%), which includes the 23.7% of respondents who explicitly refer to unemployment as a reason for their pessimism, the survey says. 
 
In this episode host Sadaf Amiri discusses the topic with Fazel Rabi Wardak Asia Foundation's Director for Strategic Programs in the Afghanistan office.

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BAZAR: Survey Shows Increase In Women's Economy

The interviews were conducted across the country from July 6 to 27, 2018, a month following the three-day, Eid-ul-Fitr ceasefire.

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The Asia Foundation’s annual survey of the Afghan people shows that more than 60 percent of Afghans remain pessimistic about their country’s future.
 
Insecurity is the most frequently cited reason for pessimism about the country’s direction, cited slightly more often this year than last (72.5% vs. 69.5%), followed by concern about the economy (37.6%), which includes the 23.7% of respondents who explicitly refer to unemployment as a reason for their pessimism, the survey says. 
 
In this episode host Sadaf Amiri discusses the topic with Fazel Rabi Wardak Asia Foundation's Director for Strategic Programs in the Afghanistan office.

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