The process of nation-building has increased in importance over the last few years. The authors view nation-building as a process that is separate from government-building. In this report, the authors argue that non-governmental organizations have a potentially important role to play in this broader vision of nation-building in Afghanistan. NGOs can help contribute to a variety of sectors in Afghanistan, including security, judicial, economic, as well as a stronger democracy.
Nation-Building in Afghanistan: A Role for NGOs
- Volume or issue no.: Public Affairs Workshop, International Issues, Public Affairs 860, taught by Clark Miller in Spring 2006
- Author(s): Richard Barajas, Rachel Howard, Andrew Miner, Jeff Sartin, and Karina Silver
- Link to publication: Download PDF
- Client Name: a select group of U.S. government agencies interested in South Asia