The Future of Afghanistan: Development Progress and Prospects after 2014

Published on 1 July 2012

This paper responds to a number of the issues specified by the House of Commons International Development Committee for its inquiry on development progress and prospects in Afghanistan after 2014.

The first section of this paper presents lessons learnt from the UK’s aid programme in Afghanistan. This is discussed in relation to UK aid channelled through DFID’s bilateral aid programme and through the tri-departmental Conflict Pool (CP). The second section of the paper discusses how DFID can best add value through its bilateral programme and ensure continued progress toward development goals after 2014.

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Adlparvar, N.


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