How Successful are U.S. Efforts to Build Capacity in Developing Countries? A framework to assess the global train and equip "1206" program
By Jennifer Moroney et. al.
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Ambassadors Douglas Lute (USA), Martin Erdmann (Germany), Mehmet Fatih Ceylan (Turkey), Maria Angela Zappia (Italy), and Secretary Stephen Evans (NATO Assistant Secretary General for Operations) attend a meeting with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Officer of Afghanistan, Abdullah Abdullah, at the Presidential Palace in Kabul, April 25. Ambassador Ismail Aramaz (NATO Senior Civilian Representative for Afghanistan) and Gen. John F. Campbell, commander, Resolute Support Mission and U.S. Forces-Afghanistan, accompanied the NATO Framework Ambassadors in their meeting with the key leaders of the National Unity Government. (Photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Richard D. Sherba)
Jan. 1, 2011 —
An analysis of the survey results revealed the need for formal guidance on the assessment of 1206 projects, gaps in data collection and reporting, unclear roles, and inconsistent levels of communication across the program.
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