The Tokyo Mutual Accountability Framework (TMAF) set the foundation for Afghanistan’s partnership for development with the International Community. At the Senior Official Meeting in September 2015, Afghanistan and its international partners updated the Tokyo Mutual Accountability Framework (TMAF) in line with the Realizing Self-Reliance Policy Paper, which was presented at the London Conference 2014. The revised framework – Self-Reliance through Mutual Accountability Framework (SMAF) – included short-term deliverables that measured the progress of the reform and development partnership agenda. At the Brussels Conference on Afghanistan in October of 2016, the Government of Afghanistan and the International Community agreed upon 24 new Self-Reliance through Mutual Accountability Framework (SMAF) indicators called SMART SMAF. This is the second report on the implementation of the SMART SMAF deliverables since the Brussels Conference.
One year since the Brussels Conference, some of the indicators have due dates or actions specified for 2018. Most deliverables are in progress; several are partially achieved or completed.