Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
Ministry of Finance (MoF)

Civilian Technical Assistance Program (CTAP)
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The CTAP Overview:


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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An Innovation that will sustain forever…
Technical contributions and strong commitment from the CTAP TAs at the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MoCIT) found the most needed tool – The Training and Capacity Building Policy. The policy has so far resulted to systematic knowledge management and skills transfer within the organization. readmore...
“CTAP Technical Advisors preform beyond expectations”-Says Sharifi, the SAO General Auditor
“If you have done similar capacity building projects within other government agencies as you did in SAO, I can confidently say that CTAP is indeed a very outstanding and successful national program.” – Dr. Md. Sharif Sharifi, Auditor General of Afghanistan. readmore...
Ministry of Public Health gained universal expertise, thanks to CTAP TAs!
On 5th April, 2014 a team of senior professionals from CTAP visited MoPH (Ministry of Public Health) to assess performance of the two CTAP TAs (Technical advisors), Drs. Santanu Sanyal and Yousuf Ali Rahimi, who had successfully completed their two-year assignments in the ministry. To this end, the team including Mr. Abur-Rhaman Tokhi the CDD Manager, Mr. Yasin Samim the COD Manager and Mr. Elyas Saboor, the CDD Officer from CTAP met employees at the Curative Health General Directorate (CHGD), including Mr. Qamaruddin Hafiz, CH General Director and TAs' principle counterpart. readmore...