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Stability in Key Areas (SIKA) Programs: After 16 Months and $47 Million Spent, USAID Had Not Met Essential Program Objectives
John F. Sopko (ed)
Over the past decade, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has overseen a series of stabilization programs throughout Afghanistan aimed at improving security and extending the reach and legitimacy of the Afghan government. USAID currently administers the Stability in Key Areas (SIKA) programs throughout Afghanistan. USAID created the four regional SIKA programs -- East, West, South, and North -- through separate contracts with a total value of over $203 million. AECOM International Development, Inc. (AECOM) received the contracts for SIKA East, SIKA West, and SIKA south, and Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI) received the contract for SIKA North. Each contract has an 18-month base period of performance wih the possibility of additional 18-month option periods. This report (1) describes USAIDäó»s progress in expending funds under the four regional SIKA programs; and (2) examines the challenges USAID experienced in expending funds and implementing the SIKA programs. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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