In order to address these existing problems in Afghanistan, it is crucial to have the involvement of other agencies to ensure the plan runs accordingly. The first reform that must be brought to the country is the reestablishment of security and the rule of law. By adjusting the laws in terms of enhancing national security and placing a limitation on the number of births that a woman is allowed to give enable the economy of Afghanistan to flourish slowly, but steadily. In addition, assistance must be provided to the refugees and displaced people, and education is a necessity for all. Studies have shown that women who are more educated give births to fewer children, often with a maximum of three children. This is because they are aware of the hardship of raising children and the concept of birth control. They are also more capable of resisting family pressures of having more children that may become potential help on the land. Furthermore, by having major governmental projects such as the building of a dam or other new infrastructures can help create job opportunities and eventually give rise to an economic stability in Afghanistan. As a result, in order to address these crises, an improvement in security, education and governmental involvement must be encouraged.