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CRS Report R41484 - US Rule of Law and Justice Sector Assistance in Afghanistan

CRS Report R41484 - US Rule of Law and Justice Sector Assistance in Afghanistan

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The four major U.S. funded programs are the Judicial Sector Support Program (JSSP), the
Corrections System Support Program (CSSP), the ROL Stabilization (RLS) Program, and the
Senior Federal Prosecutors Program. JSSP, CSSP, and the Senior Federal Prosecutors Program are
all managed and funded through the State Department’s INL Bureau. The RLS program is a
USAID-funded program that began in mid-2010 as a follow-on to USAID original ROL program,
called the Afghanistan ROL Project (ARoLP). ARoLP ran from approximately October 2004 to
June 2009. After roughly a year’s hiatus, the expanded RLS program began. Unlike its
predecessor, the RLS program has two sub-program elements, including one focused on the
formal justice sector (mainly the Supreme Court) and a new, second component focused on the
informal justice sector. DOD also funds multiple ROL projects. However, such efforts are not
necessarily organized under a central program or project name.

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