This report explores dynamics of rural livelihoods in three villages of Faryab Province. It is part of a larger study called Afghanistan Livelihood Trajectories (ALT), which looks at livelihood change over the last eight to nine years in four provinces of Afghanistan: Kandahar, Badakhshan, Sar-i-Pul and Faryab. The study builds on earlier research conducted by the Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit (AREU) in 2003-04. It aims to build in-depth understanding of sources of change in livelihood and welfare regimes throughout the years, informed by changes in the contexts within which people lead their lives and the practices they implement to cope with these changes.
Nezami, B.; Kantor, P. Afghanistan livelihood trajectories : evidence from Faryab. Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit (AREU), (2010)