|Account||Amount (in millions)|
|Commander's Emergency Response Program (CERP)||3,694.00|
|Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund (AIF)||988.50|
|Task Force for Business and Stability Operations (TFBSO)||822.85|
|Economic Support Fund (ESF)||19,882.27|
|Development Assistance (DA)||886.50|
|Afghanistan Freedom Support Act (AFSA)||550.00|
|Child Survival & Health (CSH + GHAI)||554.63|
|Commodity Credit Corp (CCC)||33.43|
|Non-Proliferation, Anti-Terrorism, De-mining & Related (NADR)||767.94|
|Provincial Reconstruction Team Advisors||5.70|
|Treasury Technical Assistance||4.65|
|International Narcotics Control & Law Enforcement (INCLE)||5,064.40|
|Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)||244.96|
Commander's Emergency Response Program (CERP)
The Commander's Emergency Response Program (CERP) enables U.S. commanders in Afghanistan to respond to urgent humanitarian relief and reconstruction requirements in their areas of responsibility by supporting programs that will immediately assist the local population. Funding under this program is intended for small projects that are estimated to cost less than $500,000 each. CERP-funded projects may not exceed $2 million each.
Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund (AIF)
The Ike Skelton National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2011 established the Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund (AIF) to pay for high-priority, large scale infrastructure projects that support the U.S. civilian-military effort. Congress intended for projects funded by the AIF to be jointly selected and managed by DoD and State. Thirty days before obligating or expending funds on an AIF project, the Secretary of Defense and Secretary of State are required to notify the Congress with details of the proposed project, including a plan for its sustainment and a description of how it supports the counter-insurgency strategy in Afghanistan.
Task Force for Business and Stability Operations (TFBSO)
The Task Force for Business and Stability Operations (TFBSO) was established in June 2006 and operated for several years in Iraq. In 2010, TFBSO began operations in Afghanistan aimed at stabilizing the country and countering economically motivated violence by decreasing unemployment and creating economic opportunities for Afghans. TFBSO projects include activities that facilitate private investment, industrial development, banking and financial system development, agricultural diversification and revitalization, and energy development.
Economic Support Fund (ESF)
Economic Support Fund (ESF) programs advance U.S. interests by helping countries meet short- and long-term political, economic, and security needs. ESF programs support counter-terrorism; bolster national economies; and assist in the development of effective, accessible, independent legal systems for a more transparent and accountable government.