USAID's Investments for Democracy and Governance in Afghanistan - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Democracy and Governance spending

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Democracy and Governance Programs in Afghanistan support participatory processes that involve citizens in national and subnational governance. Projects promote more accountable, transparent governance, encouraging national unity and serving the needs of the Afghan people.

USAID's Democracy and Governance program works with the Government of Afghanistan to:

  • Support the establishment of a broadly accepted national government that promotes national unity and effectively serves the needs of the Afghan people;
  • Further develop the capacity of key institutions including the Independent Electoral Commission, the National Assembly, the Supreme Court, and target ministries and institutions of the executive branch; and
  • Provide training to Afghan civil society organizations to advocate for society-led reforms.
The Hotak family came out to vote in Afghanistan's 2009 presidential and provincial council elections.

The Hotak family came out to vote in Afghanistan's 2009 presidential and provincial council elections.

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