A year after the Taliban took power, humanitarian needs are rising even as foreign aid has dried up.
Two different visions are battling it out. The winner may just shape the future of humanitarian response.
From mass deportation to unkept relocation pledges, both neighbouring and Western countries have turned their backs on at-risk and displaced Afghans.
Against the backdrop of the pandemic and climate shocks, revenue from tourism and remittances has plunged.
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