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Audit of USAID/Afghanistan’s Land Titling and Economic Restructuring in Afghanistan Project
Bruce N. Boyer (ed)
The Government of Afghanistan is committed to reducing poverty and increasing economic growth in the private sector, as reflected in its National Development Strategy and as part of the larger goal of achieving a prosperous and stable Afghanistan. Two primary constraints impede the Government’s efforts: (1) limited or ambiguous rights to land, and (2) state ownership of under-utilized or unutilized enterprises. To assist the Government of Afghanistan in addressing these conditions, USAID/Afghanistan designed the Land Titling and Economic Restructuring in Afghanistan Project and, to implement it, awarded a 3-year $29.2 million contract in 2004 to Emerging Markets Group, Limited, under USAID’s Support for Economic Growth and Institutional Reform Privatization II Indefinite Quantity Contract. In Oct. 2007, USAID/Afghanistan extended the project for 2 more years, through Oct. 2009, and increased the total estimated cost to $56.3 million. The project has two components. The first focuses on land titling and registration to help the Government of Afghanistan improve land tenure security in urban areas, with the ultimate goal of introducing a consolidated land administration system in Afghanistan. The second focuses on privatizing state-owned enterprises. The Regional Inspector General/Manila conducted this audit as part of its FY 2009 annual audit plan to determine whether the project had achieved planned results and to assess what impact the project has made. Figures.
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