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Afghanistan Growth Agenda – For Transformative Change and Self-Reliance through the National Peace and Development Framework : Summary (Inglês)

Under the Afghanistan National Peace and Development Framework ( the Growth Agenda forTransformative Change and Self Reliance prioritizes reforms and interventions that will drive both short term growth and establishing the foundations for self reliance over the medium termThe following tables fully articulate the comprehensive program of priority reforms underpinning the ANPDF Growth Strategy All reforms included in these tables are included in existing policy documents, including National Priority Programs, sector strategies, or existing reform plans This document therefore does not present a new reform agenda but highlights the highest priority reforms for achieving ANPDF Growth Agenda outcomes from the Government’s existing reform program Reforms included in the document are costed, where sufficient data exists. Further, the likely direct contribution of identified reforms to Growth Agenda outcomes of increased exports, improved revenues, and accelerated economic growth are identified Costings and potential contributions presented in this document are consistent with and have been used to develop the macroeconomic modeling scenarios that underpin the ANPDF Growth Strategy. The tables presented in this document will be used to monitor and report on progress with implementation of the Growth Agenda A dedicated mechanism will be established within Government to trace progress against actionsidentified in this plan, update priorities on the basis of new information and analysis or changes in government policy, coordinate required reforms, and report progress to the public and the international community.

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