The Asia Foundation's 2013 Survey of the Afghan People
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM (EST)
All guests are required to enter via 23rd Street entrance for building access.
The Asia Foundation, in partnership with United States Institute of Peace, is pleased to invite you to a presentation of the findings of the 2013 Survey of the Afghan People.
With the presidential election and the 2014 national security transition approaching, what do Afghan citizens think are the most critical issues facing the country? Now in its ninth year, this survey – based on face-to-face interviews with a nationally representative sample of more than 9,000 Afghan citizens – reveals their views on security, national reconciliation, the economy, development and essential services, governance and political participation, corruption, justice, gender equality, and access to information.
Conducted across the country’s 34 provinces, The Asia Foundation’s annual survey provides a barometer of Afghan public opinion over time, and serves as a resource for policymakers in government, the international community, and the broader Afghan public.
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