NABDP Second Quarter Project Progress Report 2014

02 Sep 2014
NABDP QPR

Summary

The National Area-Based Development Programme (NABDP) was initiated in 2002 as a joint partnership between the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The aim of the Programme is the sustainable reduction of poverty and an improvement of livelihoods in rural Afghanistan. 

In 2009, NABDP Phase III was initiated with a focus on three specific areas: i) Strengthening of district-level institutions to independently address local priority needs; ii) Improved access to key services for the rural poor; and iii) Stabilization in less secure regions and districts. In the second quarter, NABDP continued to build on the progress made in 2014 toward the achievement of these three specific areas. 

1. Institutions strengthened at the local-level to independently address local priority needs 

2. Improved access to key services for the rural poor 

3. Stabilization in less secure regions and districts 

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