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Progress Made Toward Increased Stability under USAIDäó»s Afghanistan Stabilization Initiative-East Program but Transition to Long Term Development Efforts Not Yet Achieved
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Steven J. Trent (ed)
In June 2009, the U.S. Agency for International Developmentäó»s (USAID) Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI) awarded a 3 year, $151 million task order to Development Alternatives, Inc., (DAI) to implement the Afghanistan Stabilization Initiative-East (ASI-East) program in Afghanistan. ASI-East focuses on awarding grant activities to local implementers in 10 districts distributed across four provinces in eastern Afghanistan. A key objective of ASI-East is to support the äóìholdäó phase of the U.S.Counterinsurgency (COIN) strategy, which consists of äóìclear, hold, and buildäó phases designed to permanently stabilize targeted districts and communities. OTI asked DAI to develop a more strategic approach to stabilization programming designed to target specific sources of instability at the district level. DAI began to implement this new approach, the District Stability Framework (DSF), in Feb. 2010. In Feb. 2012, OTI awarded a new 3-year, $161.5 million follow-on task order to Creative Associates International, Inc., to continue ASI programming efforts in eastern and southern Afghanistan under a single implementing partner. This report assesses to what extent (1) expended ASI-East costs were allowable, allocable, and reasonable; (2) performance oversight, monitoring, and evaluation systems have been implemented; and (3) progress has been made toward transitioning districts to the äóìbuildäó phase of the COIN strategy. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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