Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
Ministry of Finance (MoF)

Civilian Technical Assistance Program (CTAP)
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The CTAP Overview:

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The Civilian Technical Assistance Program (CTAP) is a National Capacity Development program of the government of Afghanistan, designed to strengthen the capacity of Tashkeel staff and key ministries within the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, whereby assisting public agencies to effectively deliver services to the public while supporting towards the successful implementation of the Afghanistan National Development Strategy (ANDS) and their prioritized programs.

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Programme Terminal Report (2009 - 2015)

The Civilian Technical Assistance Programme (CTAP) was established in September of 2009 under the umbrella of the Ministry of Finance (MoF). The purpose of the programme was to respond to the ever increasing capacity needs of government institutions and to enable them to be self-sufficient and effective in delivering services to the people of Afghanistan.

CTAP was preceded by numerous capacity development programmes both donor-led and government-owned, but the main motive behind the design and establishment of CTAP was to create an effective on-budget mechanism through which the fragmented efforts in the area of capacity development could be streamlined and which could provide technical assistance that serves the demand and real needs of government agencies....

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