National Solidarity Program – Mid-term Evaluation Report

Three decades of conflict has left Afghanistan with a profound need for extensive intervention to address reconstruction and development requirements, particularly in rural areas, many of which were never reached by consecutive governmental developmental plans. In 2002, the transitional administration of the country began to implement the National Solidarity Program, which aimed to target the needs of rural communities by employing community-driven development, delivered through a collaborative partnership, encompassing central government, local and international non-governmental organizations(NGOs), and local communities – represented by specially devised Community Development Councils. This report evaluates the successes and limitations of the project.

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