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Welcome to Kabul:Reconstructions. You can follow the information below, which has been gathered from a
number of sources by a number of participants (click on the names at left for bios), to reconstruct your
own picture of events in Kabul since this site was launched on March 8th, 2003 and, in a sense, since the
reconstruction of Afghanistan began somewhere in the winter of 2001-02.
Some of this information has been provided in response to specific questions submitted by visitors like you. Please note that this section of the project is now maintained as an archive and has not been updated since 2005. Click here to ASK A QUESTION.
Arian Mouj Sharifi
Opportunity to comment on Asian Development Bank's poverty reduction strategy in Afghanistan
See note and link below: Colleagues, I'd like to let you know that the Asian Development Bank is currently reviewing its Poverty Reduction Strategy approved in 1999, which covers its work in Afghanistan and other member countries. The Progress Report of the review (see link below) has identified a number of issues, for consideration. As part of the review, ADB is soliciting the views of a wide range of stakeholders. Comments may be provided by 7 November 2003 by completing the feedback form, through e-mail or by mail to the addresses indicated on the website. Comments received will be placed on ADB's website to promote transparency. I look forward to your comments. Clay http://www.adb.org/Poverty/review.asp Clay Wescott Principal Regional Cooperation Specialist Asian Development Bank, PO Box 789, Manila, Philippines 0980 email@example.com, http://www.adb.org/Governance and http://www.adb.org/RegionalCooperation/default.asp phone: (632) 632-5680, fax: (632) 636-2193 USA fax: 1-707-598-2305 cell: 0919-591-2556
(link)  Posted By: mariam   November 3rd 2003, 2003 10:54 AM
Kabul: Partial Reconstructions is an installation
and public dialogue project that explores the multiple meanings and resonances of
the idea of reconstruction -- as both process and metaphor -- in the context of present-day Kabul.
www.kabul-reconstructions.net is an online discussion forum, information resource, and medium for the communication of questions and answers about the reconstruction between people inside and outside the city of Kabul itself.