Afghanistan Infrastructure and Rehabilitation Services Program(IRP) written in English, Dari and Pashto
Keshim-Faizabad Road, looking upstream on Kotcha River Schoolgirls at well pumping clean water Afghan workers building part of a bridge Asphalt being laid on an Afghan road A section of North West Kabul Power Plant Aerial view of the Kajakai Dam

Tender Opportunities
IRP Solicitations

The Afghanistan Infrastructure and Rehabilitation Program has come to a close. Tender opportunities are no longer offered through this program.

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2012-03-02
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Overview. The objective of this USAID-funded project is to build an all-weather paved asphalt road of approximately 101 kilometers beginning from the traffic circle in the city center of Gardez to the city of Khost. The project includes the replacement of one bridge, minor repairs to 18 bridges and 13 causeways, and the repair and
   
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2012-03-02
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Examine the challenge and impact of reconstructing the Gardez-Khost Road in eastern Afghanistan, connecting remote communities with basic services and new opportunities.

   
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2012-02-19
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Tucked away in a remote corner of southern Afghanistan, where there are few roads and almost no infrastructure, a new 120-meter-long panel bridge is opening the way to stability and economic growth for local communities.

USAID, through its Afghanistan Infrastructure Rehabilitation Program, recently completed construction of the Regak Bridge l

   
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2012-02-11
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Tasked to implement the preparatory work for construction of a road that will connect Afghanistan’s northern towns of Bamyan and Dushi, USAID’s Afghanistan Infrastructure Rehabilitation Program (AIRP) laid the groundwork for more than a road. It also helped build a community’s educational resources.

As part of its outreach efforts, the USAID

   
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2011-12-20
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USAID's efforts to increase affordable and reliable power in Kabul and northern Afghanistan are explored in this video which describes the work and impact of a USAID-funded project to procure and install re

   
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2011-10-18
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A USAID-trained engineer opens a business and develops a new generation of Afghan professionals

“For me and for other Afghan engineers, this project was like a university,” explains Engineer Mohammad Ashraf, as he surveys the construction materials and testing equipment that line the shelves of Kabul’s Central Laboratory.



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2011-10-10
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USAID - Afghan partnership maximizes power and stabilizes voltage for better electricity supplies

Access to reliable electricity is crucial to improving the quality of life for the people of Afghanistan and ensuring their country’s economic growth. While power imported from neighboring countries has significantly enhanced electricity s

   
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2011-08-12
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When Iqbal Ahadi graduated from Kabul University with a degree in civil engineering, he wanted to build roads, but he had minimal experience. Nine years later, after working with USAID infrastructure projects throughout the country, there is hardly a road engineering job that Iqbal has not held.

For his first USAID job, Iqbal was hired to be

   
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2011-07-22
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When USAID completed the 103 kilometer Keshim-to-Faizabad Road in December 2010, increased traffic and decreased travel times led to improved trade opportunities along the corridor. Sensing these opportunities, Janatti, a local businessman, established a shop sixteen kilometers from Keshim City about six months before the road was finished. After t
   
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2011-07-20
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2011-07-07
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2011-06-30
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Overview. The objective of this USAID funded project is to help improve regional security and local access to services by developing the final design for and managing construction of a prefabricated panel bridge in Uruzgan Province. This work includes crushed aggregate base approaches, channel protection and a reinforced concrete
   
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2011-06-30
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Overview. The objective of this program activity is to provide overall technical direction and administrative support to all the other activities authorized under the Afghanistan Infrastructure and Rehabilitation Program (IRP) in both the transport and energy sectors. IRP is now at the end of its five year life.

At the begin

   
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2011-06-30
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Overview. The objective of this USAID-funded project is to procure and install reactors and capacitors for identified substations in the North East Power System (NEPS). Upon completion, the NEPS voltage level will be maintained within established system operating limits, system losses will be minimized, and power transmitted for N
   
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2011-06-30
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Overview. Between 2003 and 2007, USAID funded the construction and reconstruction of roughly 1,500 kilometers of neglected Afghan roads. In November 2007, USAID created an Operations and Maintenance (O&M) program to manage the physical sustainment of these roads. The first objective of this program is to develop and implement perf
   
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2011-06-30
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Overview. The Inter-Ministerial Commission on Energy (ICE) was formed by Presidential Decree on 7 November 2006 to stimulate inter-ministerial and donor coordination in areas of energy policy and strategic investment that cross ministerial boundaries. The ICE does not replace the authority of individual ministries with regard to th
   
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2011-06-30
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Overview. The primary objective of this project is to assist the management of Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) Kandahar to transform the organization into a viable and sustainable business by ensuring that all electricity consumed is paid for at a price that covers not only the operating costs but maintenance and future expan
   
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2011-06-30
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Overview. The objective of this USAID-funded project is to facilitate and provide for multiple quick-response Work Orders, which are of short duration and limited scope and require immediate action. Like regular task orders, quick-response work orders have separate, stand-alone budgets but fall outside the scope of existing task or
   
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2011-06-30
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Overview. The objective of this USAID-funded project is to manage an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract to install a National Load Control Center (NLCC) for the North East Power System (NEPS). The project is part of a series of ongoing proposed donor-funded projects to interconnect the northeastern areas of t
   
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2011-06-30
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Overview. The objective of this project is to provide a complete roadway and bridge design for National Highway 7 from the city of Bamyan to the city of Dushi, a distance of approximately 152.25 kilometers. The project also includes the design of all necessary causeways, culverts, and retaining walls to ensure that the road is pas
   
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2011-05-09
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Idrees Noori is the Deputy Site Construction Manager for the 103 kilometer Keshim-Faizabad Road. A talented young Afghan engineer, Idrees has worked with USAID road construction projects since 2003, when he was the Site Engineer in the Asphalt Section for a part of the Kabul-Kandahar Highway.

Over the years, Idrees has developed a range of im

   
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2011-05-04
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Overview. The Keshim to Faizabad road lies predominantly along the east and south banks of the Keshim and Kokcha Rivers in the province of Badakhshan Province in northeastern Afghanistan, linking the communities of Keshim, a district center, and Faizabad, the provincial capital. The original road had experienced frequent floods, m
   
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2011-05-03
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In November 2010, USAID completed construction of the 103 km road that connects Keshim with the provincial capital of Faizabad in Badakhshan Province.



   
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2011-04-30
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Overview. The objective of this project is to initiate an early start on critical work items, build an Engineer’s Camp, and conduct a Ground Control Survey. The effort of the initial construction will expedite the final completion of the Bamyan-Dushi Road project by implementing critical work items and support activities prior to a
   
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2011-04-30
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Overview. The objective of this project is to provide operations and maintenance to the Tarakhil 105 MW Power Plant, an installation with a total of three (3) Power Blocks comprised of six (6) diesel generator engines per block, and to develop a training program to provide technical competence to DABS (Da Afghan Breshna Sherkat) pe
   
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2011-04-30
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Overview. In 2003, USAID committed to providing emergency diesel-generated power to key southern cities that include Kandahar (Kandahar Province), Lashkar Gah (Helmand Province), and Qalat (Zabul Province). The World Bank provided emergency diesel generators to eight provincial cities, including Musa Qala (Helmand Province), and T
   
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2011-03-15
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Progress brings complications. Every kilometer of road that is built or rehabilitated requires enormous coordination to fund, plan, and maintain. The old system of road maintenance — one which is fragmented among many Afghan ministries — is not able to keep up. Responsibility for the roads needs to be clear.

To fix the problem, two of Afghani

   
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2011-03-03
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Like sentries, transmission towers stand throughout Afghanistan. Each is 20 feet tall, and a line of 1,389 of them stretches between Uzbekistan and central Kabul.

These soaring giants string together 419 kilometers of double circuit wires. Since 2009, they have delivered 24-hour electricity to Kabul and neighboring areas. Thousands of simi

   
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2011-02-22
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Built by USAID’s Afghanistan Infrastructure Rehabilitation Program, the new, state-of-the-art 105 MW Tarakhil Power Plant has trained workers at every skill level.

When construction of the plant began on an arid field once used as an artillery range and garbage dump on the outskirts of Kabul, many of the men who were hired were unskilled. Ne

   
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2011-02-15
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The shoes were the first indication. Tan colored lace-up boots, black rubber sandals, backless slippers, and penny loafers lined the blue canvas tarmac where almost 300 assembled. The people were gathered to address the violence that threatens a 164-kilometer road that USAID is funding.

The loya jirga (grand assembly) took place on

   



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