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August 3, 2015

The United States is committed to strengthening its partnership with Afghanistan over the coming years to ensure that development assistance from the United States continues to achieve positive results and aligns with Afghanistan’s priorities as outlined in the 2014 Realizing Self-Reliance paper.

The New Development Partnership reflects more flexible and timely financial assistance, and contributes to the United States’ commitment to providing at least 50 percent of development assistance on-budget.

The United States has committed to make available up to $800 million in current and future funds to support the New Development Partnership, subject to availability of funds.

Afghanistan has committed to achieve 40 results, which include a mix of reforms, actions, and results that contribute towards the accomplishment of three objectives:  

August 3, 2015

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New Development Partnership Fact Sheet - (Pashto)

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