Afghanistan Analysts Network – English

AAN in the Media

In Afghanistan, Fewer Civilian Casualties Is Still Too Many

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War Is Boring (blog), 21 February 2018

In this article on the recent UNAMA civilian casualties, the author quotes from Kate Clark’s analysis of the report for AAN:

Kate Clark, co-director of the Afghan [sic] Analyst Network, observed in her own report that “reduction translates into almost 800 people who are alive and uninjured today who would have been harmed if the 2016 casualty rate had been sustained.”