Since the collapse of the Taliban regime, Afghanistan has been one of the largest beneficiaries of aid in the world. The government is committed to make better use of the aid it receives now and in the future. The government is also committed to integrating the principles of new agreements such as the Busan Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation and the New Deal with its individual national context, which will help increase the effectiveness of external assistance for improved impact.
Afghanistan has already undergone extensive reforms, reconstruction and introduced many initiatives to enhance the effectiveness of external assistance. Afghanistan's New aid Management Policy increasingly provide a coherent and consolidated framework, to cover the period 2012-2017, to address the continuous challenges of ensuring effectiveness of aid and development. The government needs an aid policy that will achieve more with fewer resources.
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