U. S. Civilian Uplift in Afghanistan Is Progressing But Implementation Continues
The U.S. Civilian uplift's purpose is to increase the amount of civilian resources, incl. personnel, available to implement efforts to enhance Afghanistan governance capacity, improve rule of law, and initiate sustainable economic growth. The strategy also focuses on advancing these efforts at the field level. It is essential for agencies to ensure that these civilians have the support needed to achieve U.S. strategic goals in Kabul and at the field level. This report identifies: (1) the types and number of personnel provided to implement the civilian uplift and the extent to which the life and operational support needs of these personnel have been met; and (2) areas of concern raised during the initial stages of the uplift. Illus. A print on demand report.
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