To reduce dependence on international aid, Afghanistan is working to strengthen its economy and mobilize domestic revenue to continue to make progress.
Final Report: Afghanistan Public Financial Management.
Project Report | December 26, 2017
With Afghanistan needing to improve its domestic revenue mobilization and budget management to better provide sustainable services to its citizens, USAID and Chemonics International formed the Afghanistan Public Financial Management Project. This activity supported Afghanistan’s Ministry of Finance (MoF) and other revenue-raising and spending ministries.
The United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID’s) Afghanistan Public Financial Management (APFM) Project supported Afghanistan’s Ministry of Finance (MoF) and numerous other revenue-raising and spending ministries in their efforts to improve fiscal sustainability. The two main project components focused on increasing Afghanistan’s domestic revenue and improving budget processes. A third project component focused on cross-cutting activities (including public outreach) and demand-driven activities (such as Open Access Policy and collection of transport revenues), raised by USAID in support of Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (Government) PFM priorities or demanded by the Government.