This paper highlights Counterpart’s diverse work strengthening civil society in Afghanistan, focusing on ten key areas. It also details lessons learned and corresponding recommendations for continued support for Afghan civil society. As international funding for Afghanistan recedes, we believe that well-placed domestic and international investments in Afghan civil society will enhance the country’s self-reliance and bring about a more stable, democratic, and prosperous future for the Afghan people.

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