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Annette Dixon

Articles by: Annette Dixon

 I am still shaken and saddened by the many lives lost to the attacks in Kabulinfo-icon two weeks ago and since then there has been more violence. As we grieve these... read more

Roqia Ali is proud to be attending the Daricha-e-Noor or ‘Window of Knowledge” school in Kabulinfo-icon. She aspires to be a doctor and is proud that she is learning to read... read more

Today I joined leaders and representatives from 70 countries and 20 international organizations and agencies at the Brussels Conference on Afghanistaninfo-icon. Together with its... read more

The opening ceremonies in Dushanbe, Tajikistan starting Wednesday for construction works on the CASA-1000 project mark an important milestone. The project could bring a trade in sustainable electricity between Central and South Asia; address energy shortages in Afghanistan... read more

As we today mark UN Womeninfo-icon’s Day, it is worth considering what the inequality between men and women costs South Asian countries and what can be done about it. 

One big cost of inequality is... read more

The mountain kingdom of Bhutan may not seem an obvious place to look for lessons on addressing climate change. But on a recent visit here I was impressed with how much this small country has achieved and also with its ambition. Bhutan has much to teach South Asia and the wider world... read more

If you send a container today from Delhi in India to Dhaka in Bangladesh it has to take a circuitous route by land and sea through Colombo in Sri Lanka. This takes 35 days. If it could go directly by road, it would take five days in all.

Poor transport links are just one of many examples in South Asia that illustrate a bigger problem: it... read more

About 9,000 lives have been lost to the devastating earthquake in Nepal on April 25 and the powerful aftershock on May 12. A conference in Kathmandu on June 25 will bring Nepal together with its international partners to build the country back better and safer.

Unfortunately, this is not... read more

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