Within days, however, the Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief (ACBAR) issued a stiff press release, "NGOs are not a 'Soft Power': Highlighting the Impartiality of NGOs in Afghanistan" (ACBAR 2010).
What does ACBAR stand for?
ACBAR stands for Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief
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The international community has pledged $25 billion to Afghanistan since 2001 but has only delivered $15 billion,'' the report published by the Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief, an alliance of international aid agencies working in the country, says.
The Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief, an Afghan nongovernmental organization that speaks for all NGOs in Afghanistan, released a statement expressing NGO concern about the increasing number of civilian casualties caused by the conflict in Afghanistan.
Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief which represents 88 aid groups says the officials are confusing non-profit groups with more than 2000 private contractors operating in the country, many employed by the U.
The Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief screens most internationally funded projects, requiring that they promote local autonomy and strong input from Afghan nongovernmental organizations.