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1 Master Brief February 2011 United States Government Integrated Civilian-Military Campaign Plan for Afghanistan Revision 1

2 Purpose: The ICMCP provides strategic guidance from the U.S. Chief of Mission and the Commander of U.S. Forces-Afghanistan to U.S. personnel on how to focus and execute this mission through Intent 2 GIRoA ISAF & NATO UNAMA Bi-lateral U.S. Mission & USFOR-A ISAF (USG Elements) UNCLASSIFIED

3 Strategic Context 2009 March: The President’s Strategy for Afghanistan is announced August: USG Integrated Civ-Mil Campaign Plan signed by CoM and CDRUSFOR-A December: President Obama delivers West Point speech announcing civilian uplift/troop surge 2010 April: ROC Drill June: ISAF and Mission commence ISAF and Civ-Mil Campaign Plan reviews July: Kabul Conference and ANDS Prioritization and Implementation Plan released October: IJC OPOMID revision signed/ROC Drill November: Lisbon Conference and ongoing transition discussions December: Afghanistan-Pakistan Annual Review January: ISAF Campaign Plan revision February 2011: USG Integrated Civ-Mil Campaign Plan, Revision 1, is signed by COM and CDR USFOR-A 3UNCLASSIFIED

4 Ensure ICMCP supports GIRoA objectives and priorities Articulate the process for Transition as defined by the Inteqal Framework Review and prioritize key Campaign Objectives (Transformative Effects) Describe the plan’s relationship to existing regional, provincial, and district plans Outline a broad framework for ICMCP execution Describe the regional framework Outline a metrics and assessments process to measure progress Work to closely unify USG efforts with ISAF Guidance for the ICMCP Revision ICMCP Structure: I. Purpose II. Strategic Situation III. National Approach IV. Transition V. Campaign Objectives VI. Sub-National Approach VII. Civ-Mil Integrating Instructions VIII. Measuring Progress IX. Annexes 4UNCLASSIFIED

5 5 Sources of Guidance Directs Informs Unifies UNSCR 1917 SHAPE/JFC-B/ISAF/IJC OPLANS US Policy toward Afghanistan and Pakistan ANDS DoS AfPak Regional Stabilization Strategy

6 Plan Overview U.S. Strategic Goal: Disrupt, dismantle, and defeat al Qaeda in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and to prevent its capacity to threaten America and our allies in the future. EastSouthWestNorth ICMCP Campaign Statement: The U.S. Mission and U.S. Forces in Afghanistan, in partnership with ISAF and the international community, enable the Afghan government and its people to: counter the insurgency and prevent the use of Afghan territory by international terrorists, build a state that is accountable and responsive to its people, and establish a foundation for longer-term development. ICMCP Campaign Statement: The U.S. Mission and U.S. Forces in Afghanistan, in partnership with ISAF and the international community, enable the Afghan government and its people to: counter the insurgency and prevent the use of Afghan territory by international terrorists, build a state that is accountable and responsive to its people, and establish a foundation for longer-term development. CapitalSouthwest Transition: “A journey to self-reliance” 13 Campaign Objectives through 2014 with priority sub-objectives (focus of efforts for next months) 13 Campaign Objectives through 2014 with priority sub-objectives (focus of efforts for next months) Measure Progress 6

7 For Afghans, transition is a “journey to self-reliance:” Security Operations: international lead  GIRoA lead Development: stability programming  sustainable development PRT Evolution: military-led  civilian-led  standard development models Assistance: donor-driven programs  on-budget donor assistance Detentions: gradual shift to GIRoA lead PSCs: gradual shift to ANSF-led security Transition Transition is not an objective in and of itself, but a conditions-driven process and a necessary step on the way to success. 7UNCLASSIFIED

8 SECURITY Security Protect the Population Support Development of ANSF Neutralize Insurgent Networks 1)Secure the Population 2)Action Against Irreconcilables 3)Countering Narcotics and Illicit FinanceGOVERNANCE Governance Support Legitimate Governance Neutralize Criminal Patronage Networks Agriculture & Rural Dev Human Resource Development Economic & Infrastructure Dev Private Sector Development DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT Support Socio-Economic Development Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) Clusters ISAF Lines of Operation 1)Access to Justice 2)Expand Effective, Representative and Accountable Governance 3)Countering Corruption 4)Electoral Reform and Continuity of Governance 1)Agricultural Opportunity and Market Access 2)Advancing Livelihoods and Sustainable Jobs 3)Border Access for Commerce not Insurgents ICMCP Campaign Objectives Cross-cutting Objectives: Claiming the Information Initiative, Improving the Status of Women, Reconciliation & Reintegration 2014 Campaign Objectives 8

9 2014 Campaign Objectives: Cross-Cutting Political and legal conditions for peace and reconciliation encourage combatants and commanders to live within the laws of Afghanistan and create incentives for their constructive reintegration into society. Government and community leadership communicate a common vision of hope and progress to the Afghan people, decreasing misinformation, and increasing resistance to insurgent influence. Afghan women have improved access to health care, education, economic opportunity, the political system, and justice. Reconciling and Reintegrating Ex-Combatants Claiming the Information Initiative Improving the Status of Women 9UNCLASSIFIED

10 10 Campaign Objectives: Afghan National Security Forces provide security for the population, reducing violence and coercion by insurgents and criminals, and increasing popular trust in the security forces and, in turn, GIRoA. Irreconcilable insurgent leaders and networks are neutralized to a level manageable for the ANSF and rejected by the Afghan population, limited in their destabilizing influence, and denied safe havens in Afghanistan. Secure the Population Action Against Irreconcilables Countering Narcotics and Illicit Finance Improving the Status of Women Key nodes within the nexus of criminals, narcotics, and illicit finance are identified and disrupted, depriving the insurgency of funding, and bolstering GIRoA legitimacy. Claiming the Information InitiativeReconciling and Reintegrating Ex-Combatants 2014 Campaign Objectives: Security 10UNCLASSIFIED

11 Campaign Objectives: Traditional and formal justice sectors are increasingly available, accessible, and seen as legitimate by Afghans. Strengthened institutions of governance are durable, inclusive, accountable, and responsive to the Afghan people. Access to Justice Expand Effective, Representative, and Accountable Governance Countering Corruption Improving the Status of Women GIRoA manages an electoral process that is inclusive, transparent, and legitimate, and evolves in ways suited to Afghanistan’s political maturation. Claiming the Information InitiativeReconciling and Reintegrating Ex-Combatants 2014 Campaign Objectives: Governance Electoral Reform and Continuity of Governance Improved transparency, accountability, and regulatory mechanisms combat a culture of impunity and improve the government’s legitimacy. 11UNCLASSIFIED

12 12 Campaign Objectives: Viable agricultural employment and market development provide alternatives to poppy cultivation and insurgent-related activities. Improvements in the business-enabling environment and support for small and medium enterprises create jobs in population centers and economic corridors while social sector development enhances human capital. Agricultural Opportunity and Market Access Advancing Livelihoods and Sustainable Jobs Cross-border Access for Commerce Not Insurgents Improving the Status of Women GIRoA develops its border management capacities, promotes economic development and trade, deters illicit transactions, and improves security in border areas. Claiming the Information InitiativeReconciling and Reintegrating Ex-Combatants 2014 Campaign Objectives: Development 12UNCLASSIFIED

13 Sub-Objectives Impact Metrics Linkages to GIRoA Priorities Campaign Objective (Written as the desired state in 2014) Linkages to GIRoA, ISAF, Partner, and other Sector Strategies and Plans Current Situation Theory of Change (From Current Situation to Objective, including planning assumptions) 2014 Campaign Objective Pages 13

14 Linkages to National Priorities Linkages to GIRoA, IC, and other Regional Plans Situation Analysis Regional Approach 2014 Sub-National Pages Map Geographic Information 14

15 Field Guidance Foreign Assistance Priorities Metrics Framework Objectives Crosswalk Campaign Objective Strategies Civ-Mil Linkages Transition Annexes 15 Organization Structures & Roles Description of key US, international and GIRoA entities Thorough discussion of “T” and “t” transition Comprehensive Civ-Mil Strategies w/ Metrics and Connections to Civ-Mil Working Groups Assessment Methodology Cross-walk to Performance Management Plan and Mission Operational Plan USG Foreign Assistance Efforts Civ-Mil Field Guidance

16 Secure the Population Support Electoral Processes and Reform Expand Access to Justice Improve Livelihoods & Create Sustainable Jobs Claim the Information Initiative Increase Agricultural Development & Market Access Take Action Against Irreconcilables Countering Corruption Enable Afghan Peace and Reintegration Control Criminality, Narcotics & Illicit Finance Improve Status of Women Campaign Objectives: Campaign Objectives and Civ-Mil Working Groups Population Security WG Gender Policy WG Anti-Corruption WG Reintegration WG Illicit Finance WG Information Initiatives WG Agriculture and Rural Development WG RoL Deputies Committee Expand Effective and Accountable Governance Elections WGGovernance WG Economic & Financial Policy WG Border Access for Commerce not Insurgents Border Coordination & Border Issues WG Investing in People WG National-level Working Groups: Combined sector assessment Counter-Narcotics WG Security Development Governance Cross-cutting Infrastructure WG 16UNCLASSIFIED

17 17 Principals Group Chairs: COM, COMISAF Working Group Linkages to the EWG and Principals Group Executive Working Group Chairs: CDDEA & DDCOS STAB Population Security Counternarcotics Illicit Finance Border Coordination Agriculture Policy Econ & Financial Policy Infrastructure Health & Education Rule of Law Anti-Corruption Elections Governance Gender Policy Reintegration Info Initiatives Cross-CuttingGovernanceDevelopmentSecurity


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