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Quarterly Progress and Oversight Report on the Civilian Assistance Program in Pakistan, March 2010

Published May 5, 2010

The foreward to this report, released in May 2010, states,

"This is the first in a projected series of quarterly progress and oversight reports on the U.S. Government’s civilian assistance program in Pakistan. The report was requested by the U.S. Embassy in Pakistan and is intended to inform stakeholders about progress achieved to date, issues encountered during program implementation, and actions taken to address them.

This first report covers the period from October 15, 2009, when the Enhanced Partnership with Pakistan Act of 2009 became law, through March 31, 2010. Since no appropriations authorized under the Act have yet been received, U.S. Government departments and agencies in Pakistan have been focusing on developing strategies to accomplish the Act’s objectives and using existing programs and sources of funding to support these strategies.

The information on program status in this report is based on information provided by the departments and agencies working in Pakistan, the results of oversight work, and other sources of information. The program oversight results are taken from audits, investigations, and inspections performed by the Offices of Inspector General for USAID, the Department of State, and the Department of Defense, as well as the U.S. Government Accountability Office."


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