fghanistan’s economy is recovering from decades of conflict. Theeconomy has improved significantly since the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001
List of prices in Kabul (Afghanistan) for food, housing, transportation, going out, and more on Dec 2016.
Average prices of more than 40 products and services in Afghanistan. Prices of restaurants, food, transportation, utilities and housing are included.
Guide to Afghanistan and Afghani people, culture, society, language, business and socialetiquette, manners, protocol and useful information.
Guide to travel, doing business, and studying in Afghanistan – culture, greetings, gestures,etiquette, protocol, negotiations, gift-giving, and more.
Weather information for the major cities in Afghanistan
American citizens are discouraged from traveling to Afghanistan. Much of the country is a war zone, and Americans in particular can be targeted by extremist groups.
Latest travel advice for Afghanistan including safety and security, entry requirements, travel warnings and health
Three decades of conflict devastated Afghanistan’s education systems and institutions. In 2002, an estimated 900,000 boys attended school, while women and girls were almost completely excluded from educational opportunities. Since then, the Afghan government, USAID, and international donors have worked closely to rebuild Afghanistan’s education sector.
Public education is a relatively recent concept in Afghanistan. It wasn’t until 1969 that the Afghan government legislated free, mandatory education for children between the ages of 7 and 15. Unfortunately, the provision of schools, teachers, and books lagged far behind the legislation.