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Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan - Oct 09

Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan - Oct 09

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Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan (October 2009); the fourth semi-annual report to Congress authorized by the 2008 National Defense Authorization Act.
Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan (October 2009); the fourth semi-annual report to Congress authorized by the 2008 National Defense Authorization Act.

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Report on Progress toward Security andStability in Afghanistan
October 2009Report to CongressIn accordance with theNational Defense Authorization Act 2008(Section 1230, Public Law 110-181)
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Contents
Section
1:
Strategy 91.1: Strategic Objectives 91.2: Key Elements
of
the Strategy 101.3: Strategic Implementation
Plan
(SIP) 10Section
2:
Security
10
2.1: The Security Environment. 102.2: Security Indicators
12
2.2.1: Insurgent-Initiated Security Incidents
12
2.2.2: Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs)
13
2.2.4: Civilian Casualties
15
2.3: Operations
16
2.4: U.S. and International Force Levels
18
2.5: ISAF Command and ControL
18
2.5.1: ISAF Joint Command
19
2.6: Integrated Civilian-Military Campaign Plan (ICMCP)
19
2.6.1: Senior Civilian Representatives
21
Section
3:
Afghanistan National Security Forces (ANSF)
21
3.1: ANSF Budget 223.2: ANSF Growth 223.3: International Engagement and Coordination to Support the ANSF 243.4: Afghan National Security Forces Pay and Salary 243.5: ANSF Equipment
25
3.6: Ministry
of
Defense (MoD)
25
3.6.1: ANA Training
26
3.6.2: ANA Assessment 273.7: Ministry
of
Interior (Mol)
28
3.7.1: ANP Training 293.7.2: ANP Focused District Development (FDD) Program Progress 293.7.3: Focused Border Development Program Progress 303.7.4: ANP Assessment 303.7.5: Afghan Public Protection Program (AP3) 303.7.6: Biometric Data Collection
31
Section
4:
Governance
31
4.1: The Afghan Presidential Elections
31
4.2: Government Capacity-Building Programs 324.3: Corruption
33
4.4: Human Rights
33
Section
5:
Reconstruction and Development
33
5.1: Gross Domestic Product, Inflation, and Government Revenue 335.2: Regulatory Framework and Private Sector Development.. 345.3: Economic and Social Indicators
of
Progress 345.4: Agriculture
35
5.5: Provincial Reconstruction Teams (PRTs) and Civilian Staffing
35
5.6: International Engagement. 375.7: Reconstruction and Development Oversight 37Section
6:
Counter Narcotics (CN) 386.1: Strategy and Priorities 38
2
 
6.2: Progress to Date 386.3: Efforts to Improve Afghan
CN
Capacity .406.5: International Coordination 42Section
7:
Regional Engagement 427.1: Pakistan 427.2: India 437.3: Iran 437.4: Central Asia 437.5: Turkey 443

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