From the American People
The Afghanistan Infrastructure and Rehabilitation Program (AIRP) is improving and expanding Afghanistan’s power and transportation infrastructure. This project has provided technical and executive direction as well as administrative support to more than 25 projects in the transport, energy, and construction sectors. This work includes providing helicopter services to reach the project sites; project monitoring services, including evaluations and baseline studies to measure project impact; and strategic communications to highlight successes.
27 February 2012
USAID/AIRP Students from the Kunj Shur Pri-mary School in Baghlan Province receive much-needed school sup-plies. Tasked to implement the preparatory work for...
22 February 2012
USAID/AIRP BEFORE: Heavy equipment such as mobile crushers, batch plants, and mobile testing labs were brought in under extremely difficult conditions to help reconstruct...
18 October 2011
"For me and for other Afghan engineers, this project was like a university," explains Engineer Mohammad USAID/AIRP Engineer Mohammad Ashraf, manager of...
4 November 2011
USAID/AIRP With the USAID support, Afghan subcontractors measure the axle load weight of a truck. Roads are one of Afghanistan’s largest assets....
24 July 2011
USAID/AIRP "I had no experience when I began, so it was total capacity building for me. All of the experience and knowledge I have...
19 June 2011
USAID/AIRP A new shop owner established his business at kilometer marking 16 of the Keshim-Faizabad Road, Badakhshan Province. He benefits from faster, cheaper transport...
In The News
24 August 2011
Barat Ali Batoor/US Embassy (Left to Right) Acting Minister of Energy and Water Ismail Khan, Minister of Finance Omar Zakhilwal, USAID Administrator Dr. Rajiv...
23 May 2013
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