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PRT chief on the plan for Helmand reconstruction

October 17, 2011

Michael O’Neill, Head of Mission for the Helmand Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT), speaks to Tristan Kelly in Lashkar Gah about the draw down due to complete by 2015.

Michael O'Neill

Michael O'Neill, Head of Mission for the Helmand Provincial Reconstruction Team. Picture: Steve Dock, Crown Copyright/MOD 2011

TK: What are the priorities for the Helmand Plan?

MO: One of the main aims of the PRT is to help deliver the Helmand Plan which is a joint strategy and approach over the next four years among NATO countries and the Government of Afghanistan – the plan was signed off by Helmand Governor Mangal – for development.

The first priority for the Helmand Plan is governance, which is about helping the Afghans set up and strengthen provincial and district level systems of governance.

Continues at: mod.uk – PRT chief on the plan for Helmand reconstruction

6 Comments leave one →
  1. Claudio Alpaca permalink
    October 17, 2011 20:51

    I concorde totally with Michael O’Neill and his thougths on matter of helmand plan.
    No other concepts must be added.
    claudio Alpaca

  2. December 12, 2011 11:19

    We are an Afghan construction company(BACC) and we are working in afghnistan from 1997 up to date.
    We want to work with you people as Building construction, Road construction
    and arrogation works ,supply of Construction materiel
    email: bacc.afg@gmail.com

  3. Shah Mahmood permalink
    February 3, 2012 15:50

    This is Sahil Shakir Construction Company (SSCC). We are working as road construction, building construction and renovations this for we have interest to work with UK Forces in helmand province. We are working with high quality and firm price.
    Cell phone: +93(0)707140246
    E-mail: sahil.shakir1@gmail.com

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