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Afghanistan: Opium Risk Assessment 2013
This report presents the findings of both phases of the 2013 Opium Risk Assessment in Afghanistan. It shows that increases in poppy cultivation are expected in most regions and in the main poppy-growing provinces. A strong association between insecurity, lack of agricultural assistance and opium cultivation continues to exist. Villages reached by anti-poppy awareness campaigns were significantly less likely to grow poppy in 2013. Reasons reported for not cultivating poppy include fear of eradication, šůžnot enough yield in the previous year,šůĚ and the governmentšůĽs opium ban. Poppy cultivation is expected to expand in areas where it already existed in 2012, and also in new areas or in areas where poppy cultivation was stopped. However, some provinces with a low level of poppy cultivation may gain poppy-free status in 2013 if effective eradication is implemented on time. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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