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Brought into the project at roughly the 35 percent design phase and after start of construction at one of the two sites, the project presented a number of design challenges, all of which were successfully met in less than three months.
The project had a highly aggressive construction schedule, was sited in an active war zone, and every design detail and material specified had to consider the products available and skill level of the local labor force. military personnel, the barracks will eventually be turned over to the Afghanis to house police and security operations.
Up to 20 percent of the money would depend on the government meeting governance standards according to the Tokyo Framework of Mutual Accountability.
"We will fight corruption with strong resolve wherever it occurs, and ask the same of our international partners," Karzai told the donors.
To effectively deliver the project, Atkins self-performed architecture, interiors, structural, civil, MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing), HVAC, and telecommunications, as well as life/fire safety and suppression.
NATO had planned on maintaining 13,000 troops including 9,800 Americans in an advisory and counter-terrorism capacity in Afghanistan during the 2015 phase of the War in Afghanistan and they were expected to maintain a presence inside Afghanistan until well after the end of 2016.
Kabul must also demonstrate efforts to improve governance and finance management, and safeguard the democratic process, rule of law and human rights – especially those of women.
The NATO-led ISAF Forces will hand over command of all combat missions to Afghan forces by the middle of 2013, held on 8 July 2012 was the civilian-diplomatic bookend to NATO’s 2012 May summit in Chicago, where the alliance confirmed plans to withdraw foreign combat troops by the end of 2014 and pledged about billion a year to pay for ongoing training, equipment and financial support for Afghanistan’s security forces.
In exchange for pledges from the Afghan government to combat corruption billion over the next four years for civilian projects such as roads to schools or projects aimed to strengthen the rule of law were pledged by the some 70 nations attending the conference.
The meeting in Britain in 2014 will check progress toward "mutual accountability" and a review and monitoring process to assure that development aid is not diverted by corrupt officials or mismanaged – both of which have been major hurdles in putting aid projects into practice thus far. On 2 September 2012 White House press secretary Jay Carney then clarified Obama's statement by saying that Obama had "never said that all the troops would be out." Carney noted while the United States would transfer security to Afghan troops by the end of 2014, all U. troops would not be out of the country by that date.
"Everyone understands what the president's policy is, which is a full transition to Afghan security lead by 2014," said Carney. troops will have withdrawn necessarily by then, the Afghan Security Forces will be in full security transition, I mean, will be in full security lead, and U. forces will continue to be drawn down." ALP training is a U. mission, carried out by Special Forces teams who work with Afghan elders and government officials in remote villages to help villagers defend themselves against insurgent attacks and intimidation.