Afghanistan's health gains at risk as fighting returns

Afghanistan's health gains at risk as fighting returns


By Debora MacKenzie IT HAS been five years since US and NATO-backed troops in Afghanistan defeated the Taliban then ruling the country. The declared western aim was to deprive terrorists of bases from which to operate by installing a stable, democratic government. This required Afghans to become more prosperous and secure – and healthier. So how do things stand? The availability and quality of healthcare has improved greatly since 2004, when health services were reorganised, says Peter Hansen of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. He spoke to New Scientist from Kabul,
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