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USAID Spent Almost $400 Million on an Afghan Stabilizaton Project Despite Uncertain Results, but Has Taken Steps to Better Assess Similar Efforts
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Steven J. Trent (ed)
In October 2006, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) awarded two task orders to Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI) and Associates in Rural Development (ARD) to implement the Local Governance and Community Development (LGCD) project in Afghanistan.Although LGCD changed over time, it was designed to contribute to the creation of a stable environment for medium- and long-term political, economic, and social development. Since September 2003, USAID has obligated more than $1.1 billion for 20 major contracts or grants that covered stabilization efforts. As of September 2011, USAID had expended about $373 million for the LGCD project. Although LGCD has ended, USAID is continuing its stabilization efforts, including awarding two contracts totaling $151 million for a program called Stabilization in Key Areas (SIKA). This report assesses (1) the cost and outcomes of the LGCD project and (2) USAID oversight of the project. Tables. This is a print on demand report.
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