Assessment of Development Results - Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

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This report presents an independent evaluation managed by the Evaluation Office of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Afghanistan between 2002 and 2008. It assesses UNDP’s overall contribution to the development of the country over the most recent programming cycles, as well as the strategy and performance of UNDP-Afghanistan during the last programme cycles and their action plans.



Evaluation of the UNDP contribution

UNDP presence in Afghanistan was re-established in 2002 following a decade of operations based in Pakistan. Current activities in Afghanistan are rooted in the establishment of the UN Security Council Mandate and the creation of UNAMA as an integrated UN mission in 2002. Its current mandate is to promote peace and stability in Afghanistan, including disbanding illegally armed groups, supporting elections, strengthening the emerging institutions of state, promoting human rights, and managing all UN humanitarian relief, recovery, reconstruction and development activities.


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