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Afghanistan National Development Strategy 1387 – 1391 (2008 – 2013)

Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Afghanistan 31 December 2008 Policy document

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The Afghanistan National Development Strategy (ANDS) serves as Afghanistan’s Poverty
Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) and uses the pillars, principles and benchmarks of the Afghanistan Compact as a foundation. The pillars and goals of the ANDS are:
1. Security: Achieve nationwide stabilization, strengthen law enforcement, and improve
personal security for every Afghan.
2. Governance, Rule of Law and Human Rights: Strengthen democratic processes and institutions, human rights, the rule of law, delivery of public services and government accountability.
3. Economic and Social Development: Reduce poverty, ensure sustainable development
through a private-sector-led market economy, improve human development indicators,
and make significant progress towards the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
A further vital and cross-cutting area of work is eliminating the narcotics industry, whi


Volume 1
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Volume 2
English, 2.6 MB pdf
Volume 3
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Volume 4
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Volume 5
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Executive Summary
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