Afghanistan: Regional Airports Rehabilitation Project (Phase 1)

Evaluation Document | 27 December 2012

Validates the completion report's assessment of the project, which aimed to help the government reconstruct the country by rehabilitating regional airports damaged during the conflict. IED overall assessment: Less than successful

The prolonged conflict in Afghanistan resulted in a general deterioration of the civil aviation infrastructure and a depletion of skilled personnel. Rehabilitating and strengthening the civil aviation sector was seen as crucial for extending the reach of the government in Kabul, thus facilitating the stabilization and integration of the country. Upgrading civil aviation infrastructure was considered a prerequisite for private service providers to provide more efficient air transport to people living in remote rural provinces.

This study validates the completion report's assessment of the project, which aimed to help the government reconstruct the country by rehabilitating regional airports damaged during decades of conflict and neglect. IED overall assessment: Less than successful

Contents 

  • Project Basic Data
  • Project Description
  • Evaluation of Performance and Ratings
  • Other Performance Assessments
  • Overall Assessment, Lessons, and Recommendations
  • Other Considerations and Follow-up