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Following the fall of the Taliban regime at the end of 2001 and the return of international aid agencies to Afghanistan, it was agreed with the interim government early on that a pooled financing mechanism was needed to ensure a coherent and coordinated reconstruction effort. Consequently, the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF) was established in April 2002 with support in the first year from 20 donor countries.
The Afghanistan Infrastructure Trust Fund is a cofinancing mechanism that provides an opportunity for bilateral, multilateral, and other contributors to partner with the Asian Development Bank to finance vital infrastructure in the country. If you are committed to the people of Afghanistan and their future, we are your partner of choice. More on: Afghanistan Infrastructure Trust Fund - https://www.adb.org/site/funds/funds/afghanistan-infrastructure-trust-fund ADB's work in Afghanistan - https://www.adb.org/afghanistan
Kabul’s residents are starting to find it easier to get around certain areas as the city’s urban infrastructure is upgraded through the construction of wider lanes, improved median strips, pedestrian sidewalks, proper drainage systems, and lighting. *** VIDEO TRANSCRIPT Mohammad Hossain is a municipal worker in central Kabu. He remembers a time when the central Silo Road was dusty, dirty, and unsafe. Today, Silo Road is a model of urban transportation, thanks to the Kabul Urban Transport Efficiency Improvement project. The project, implemented by Kabul Municipality, aims to improve urban transportation in Kabul city, easing traffic and pedestrian flow. The project results can be seen on busy Silo Road, with wide, asphalted lanes, an improved median strip, concrete sidewalks for ...
Film showing how the Halo Trust is making the countryside in Afghanistan safe for people to live in and farm again, by carrying out demining work funded and supported by UKaid from the Department for International Development. HALO is two years into a five-year, £11 million project to clear mines from the western province of Herat and is making good progress in its aim to clear 160 million square metres of land by 2013. For more information please go to: http://www.dfid.gov.uk/afghanistan
Farmers in a village in Herat Province see a boost in their harvests thanks to a rehabilitated irrigation system and by adopting best practices in water usage. These are some of the positive outcomes of the On-Farm Water Management Project, which undertook the rehabilitation of the village irrigation canal. The project, implemented by the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock, works to improve agricultural productivity by enhancing the efficiency of water use. It is supported by a grant from the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund. *** TRANSCRIPT: Haji Abdul Karim, 57, is a farmer in Khushk-e-Baad-e-Saba village in Enjil district in Herat Province. The village’s farms are fed by a canal built by the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock through the On-Farm ...
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This event discusses a new study by the Open Society Foundations showing that the past nine years of civilian casualties, wrongful and abusive detentions, deteriorating security, and a lack of accountability by international forces have eroded trust by Afghan communities. http://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/events/trust-deficit-impact-perceptions-policy-afghanistan
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One of hundreds of distributions Trust in Education has made to IDP (refugee camps) in Afghanistan. This one took place on March 2, 2017. Everything distributed has been donated by American families and transported to Afghanistan by the United States military through the Denton program.