Crafts-Making As Relief and Recovery Intervention: Findings From Balkh and Daikundi

This research was carried out as part of the ongoing work of the Monitoring Women’s Peace and Security partnership between APPRO, Cordaid and Equality for Peace and Democracy. MWPS aims to assess the implementation of Afghanistan’s NAP 1325 in 15 provinces. The case study presented here explores the ways in which crafts-making in the provinces of Balkh and Daikondi is currently contributing to the achievement of the aims of the fourth pillar of Afghanistan’s National Action Plan 1325, “Relief and Recovery.”

Authors:   Pugh Sarah
Research Fields:   Human Security Reports