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Provincial Reconstruction Team Zabul

Provincial Reconstruction Team Zabul was a civil-military unit tasked to assist the government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan deliver government and security in the southern province of Zabul. Along with the military component, the PRT also includes civilians from the Dept. of State, USAID and Dept. of Agriculture.[1] The team had approximately 100 personnel.[2]


The Zabul PRT was headquartered in the province's capital, Qalat, Zabul Province, next to the Provincial Governor's offices.

Unit Mission

Conduct civil-military operations in Zabul Province to extend the reach and legitimacy of the Government of Afghanistan by:

1. Promoting good governance and justice

2. Facilitating reconstruction, development and economic growth by developing projects on the leading edge of the Afghan National Development Strategy

3. Supporting and enabling an effective Afghan security apparatus

4. Coordinating Consequence Management Operations with the Government of Afghanistan, Afghan National Security Forces and the International Security Assistance Force.

See also


External links

  • PRT Zabul Facebook Page [1]
  • ISAF [2]
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