Poppy field west of Kabul, Afghanistan.	Photo by Paul Chapman via Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Drugs & (dis)order is making as much of its anonymised research data as possible accessible to other researchers and users, via the UK Data Service. Details of how to access the data are on the UKDS landing page for each dataset.

This geodatabase, built by Alcis, containing spatial data for Nangarhar, Badakhshan, Nimroz and Helmand: borderland locations, narcotics (opium production), borderland points of interest, drug routes, administrative boundaries, population, security events, transport and road networks, infrastructure, agriculture, crop cycles and hydrology.