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September 30, 2015
  • Implementation period: April 2010 – December 2014
  • Project budget: $14 million


Acting Minister of Urban Development Sultan Husein Hesari listens as USAID Deputy Mission Director Jed Barton delivers remarks a
November 27, 2011
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN- Achieving secure land rights and improved municipal services are the major goals of USAID’s land reform workshop, which began today in Kabul. Upgrading policies and procedures related to informal settlements is an important task for the Afghan Government, and the launch of the Informal Settlement Upgrading and Formalization Workshop brought all stakeholders together to work toward a solution.
November 3, 2011
HERAT, AFGHANISTAN- More than 200 people from Afghanistan’s western region with an interest in energy conservation gathered in Herat to learn how to save energy in their daily lives, and particularly in industrial and commercial operations. The three-day conference and training session, which was organized by the Ministry of Energy and Water and supported by USAID, attracted a broad range of participants, including government officials, planners, managers, engineers, and production staff.
USAID Mission Director Ken Yamashita and Minister of Finance Omar Zakhilwal sign a $15 million grant agreement which will improv
October 31, 2011
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN- The Afghan Civil Service Commission will be able to provide improved basic government services to the Afghan people following an agreement signed today between the Ministry of Finance and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The agreement recognizes that the satisfactory delivery of basic government services to the Afghan people requires an effective body of civil servants, and seeks to bolster those capacities necessary for expanding the Afghan civil service
Ahmad Behzad, Deputy Speaker of Afghanistan Parliament (Lower House), speaking at the ceremony launching the Nai Graduate Club i
October 27, 2011
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN- Dozens of prominent Afghan journalists and politicians, U.S. and Afghan government officials, and donor community representatives gathered in Kabul today for a ceremony launching the Nai Graduate Club. The Nai Graduate Club is a network linking up working journalists from all over Afghanistan who have taken Nai media courses.


Last updated: September 30, 2015

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