Afghanistan’s Health System Improved But Room For Progress, World Bank Report Says

Public Finance International: Afghanistan health system still has a ‘long way to go’
“Afghanistan has strongly improved its health outcomes despite continuing insecurity but still has a ‘long way to go,’ the World Bank has said. The improved health gains come as a result of expanded frontline health services and a stronger health system, the report, titled Progress in the Face of Insecurity: Improving Health Outcomes in Afghanistan, found…” (Rensh, 3/8).

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