The National Solidarity Programme (NSP) was created in 2003 by the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development to develop the ability of Afghan communities to identify, plan, manage and monitor their
own development projects. Through the promotion of good local governance, the NSP works to empower rural communities to make decisions affecting their own
lives and livelihoods. Empowered rural communities collectively contribute to increased human security...More
Welcome to the NSP website and the good news the programme has to share, the first and second phases of the National
Solidarity Programme of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development MRRD/NSP have been successfully executed with results that justify its
prominence as the nation’s flagship development programme. With NSP support, villages across Afghanistan are on the move!...More
The key objective of NSP is to build, strengthen and maintain Community Development Councils (CDCs) as
effective institutions for local governance and social-economic development.
The single most important achievement to date is the creation of mechanisms for local governance and decision making...
The essential information about the MRRD/NSP activities and milestones since its inception in 2003... More
NSP Gender Study
Randomized Impact Evaluation of Phase II of NSP
NSP III ESMF
Evaluation Study of
NSP Assesses Community Impacts