Audit of the Sustainability of USAID/Afghanistan’s Office of Infrastructure, Engineering, and Energy Programs.
Fiscal Year: 2012
Audit Report Available: No
Description: Afghanistan’s physical infrastructure reflects the effects of 30 years of war and poverty. Since February 2004, USAID/Afghanistan has committed $2.6 billion to infrastructure programs. The mission has 21 active infrastructure awards totaling $1.2 billion and has completed 28 other programs totaling $1.4 billion. Sustainability of these infrastructure programs is of great concern because the Afghan Government is heavily dependent on foreign donors: 41 percent of the Afghan Government’s operating budget and 100 percent of the development budget comes from foreign donors. The audit will determine whether roads, vertical structures (e.g., schools, hospitals, and clinics), and water projects turned over to the Government of Afghanistan are being maintained and used for their intended purposes and whether the Afghan Government earns sufficient revenue to maintain this infrastructure.
Source: Office of Inspector General ANNUAL PLAN FISCAL YEAR 2012
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