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Afghanistan Reconstruction: Despite Some Progress, Deteriorating Security and Other Obstacles Continue to Threaten Achievement of U.S. Goals
David Gootnick (au)
In Oct. 2005, coalition forces forcibly removed the Taliban regime from Afghanistan, responding to their protection of al Qaeda terrorists who attacked the U.S. Subsequently, Congress passed the Afghanistan Freedom Support Act of 2002 authorizing funds to help Afghanistan rebuild a stable, democratic society. The act directed the GAO to monitor the implementation of U.S. humanitarian, development, & counter-narcotics assistance. This report analyzes, for FY 2004: (1) U.S. obligations & expenditures; (2) progress & results of assistance efforts; (3) assistance management & coordination; & (4) major obstacles that affected the achievement of U.S. goals. Includes recommendations. Charts & tables.
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