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I-ANDS Summary

I-ANDS Summary

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Lengthy summary of the I-ANDS and I-PRSP
Lengthy summary of the I-ANDS and I-PRSP

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 AFGHANISTANNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 
SUMMARY REPORT
 An Interim Strategy For Security, Governance, Economic Growth & Poverty Reduction 
 
PREFACE
PREFACE
 ThisistheSummaryReportof theInterimAfghanistanNationalDevelopmentStrategy(I-ANDS). The I-ANDS is the product of twelve-months of intensive consultations within Government and with a wide array of stakeholders, including community and provincial representatives, the(learned religious leaders), the private sector, civil society, non-government organizations (NGOs),the United Nations, donors and other members of the international community, senior Afghanpolicymakers,andgovernmentministriesanddepartments. The I-ANDS process was led by a Presidential Oversight Committee, chaired by Professor Ishaq Naderi, Senior Economic Advisor to the President. The members included Hedayat Amin Arsala,Senior Advisor to the President and Minister of Commerce,Dr.Anwar-ul-HaqAhady,Ministerof Finance,Dr.MirMohammadAminFarhang,Minister of Economy, Mohammad Hanee Atmar, Minister of Rural Rehabilitation and Development. Adib Farhadi, Director of AfghanistanReconstructionandDevelopmentServices,ledtheI-ANDSworking group. The I-ANDS process began in early 1384 (2005) with discussions of Afghanistan MillenniumDevelopment Goals (MDGs). Throughout 1384 (2005/6) the Oversight Committee met almostevery week to develop and refine its core positions on the I-ANDS and to oversee the process as itmoved forward. Following a presentation of the proposed I-ANDS structure and process in June1384 (2005), a seriesof consultations were held with donors, NGOs, private sector and civil society representatives. For each of the eight sectors of the I-ANDS, a consultation draft was thenprepared, translated, and discussed with both government ministries and donor representatives.Based upon government and donor reaction to those drafts, the sector and program summaries intheI-ANDSweresignificantlyrevised. As the document has been developed, an External Advisory Group of donors provided informalfeedback on the I-ANDS. In the negotiation of the Afghanistan Compact, a series of intensiveconsultations took place between the international community and the Government of  Afghanistan, facilitated by the United Nations. As a result of this process, each benchmark in theCompact has been scrutinized in depth by Government and donor representatives and now representsaconsensussetof policyprioritiesfortheI-ANDS. ThisdocumentistheSummaryReportof theI-ANDS,whichcomprisesthreeVolumes. VolumeIlays out our overall policy objectives; analyzes the context of and constraints to the achievement of thoseobjectives;summarizesGovernment'skeystrategiesandprograms;andreviewsspecificstepstowardstheimplementationof theI-ANDSandthedevelopmentof thefullANDS. VolumeIIof the strategy document contains a summary of Government's proposed and ongoing sectoralprograms and annual indicators against which progress may be measured. While Volume II is notyet Government policy, it will form the basis for consultations towards the development of the full ANDS. Volume III is a collation of strategic plans developed by government line ministries andcommissions.LiketheI-ANDSitself,thisSummaryReportaimstobealivingdocumentthatwillstimulatepolicdebatewithintheAfghangovernmentandwithourkeypartners. Ourhopeisthatitwillbereviewedby a wide array of stakeholders throughout Afghanistan and beyond our borders and will besignificantly improved as we move towards developing a full ANDS. Ultimately, we aim for the ANDS to serve as a consensus building tool on Afghanistan's national development priorities formanyyearstocome.
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Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Minister of ForeignAffairs,Dr. Zalmai Rasool, National Security Advisor and
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