ACLU: USAID/Commodity Export Project Final Report
Type
report
Year
1993
From the Summary: 
The Afghan Construction and Logistics Unit (ACLU), a project of the Commodity Export Program (CEP), was designed in mid-1988 to fill a perceived need upon Moscow's withdrawal from the country following the Geneva Accord on Afghanistan. It was formed quickly as a parastatal organization to carry out two activities: (1) provide transport for refugees returning to their home areas and for commodities to aid in their resettlement, and (2) repair or rebuild war-damaged roads and bridges to open penetration routes in Afghanistan so that vehicles could reach areas in need with support commodities.
Citation
Construction Control Services Corporation. USAID/Commodity Export Project Final Report. Washington, DC: USAID, 1993. http://pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/pdabi444.pdf.
Authorities
Collections
Country
Afghanistan
Language
English