Poverty Reduction

Poverty Reduction
  • National Area-Based Development Programme (NABDP)

    Achieving a significant reduction in poverty in Afghanistan requires a strong focus on agriculture and rural employment generation, the promotion of sustainable livelihoods and the development of rural infrastructure. The National Area-Based Development Programme (NABDP) is a joint initiative of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD) and UNDP.

Our Work - Poverty Reduction
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Agriculture is the main industry of Afghanistan. Despite the profound agricultural potential of the country, the lack of rural entrepreneurship, lack of access to financing and a weak private sector is a major hindrance to economic growth and job creation. Harsh climatic and geographical conditions dominate most of the territory, combined with the long years of conflict followed by the rapid population growth, have led to uncontrolled and unsustainable use of natural resources. The government's capacity to tackle all these problems remains limited both at the central and regional level. Considerable support for government’s capacity and institutional building remains high on UNDP's development agenda.

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UN Resident Coordinator Annual Report for Afghanistan

The 2012 United Nations Resident Coordinator Annual Report for Afghanistan.

 

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United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF)

The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (2010-2013) in support of the Afghan National Development Strategy.

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