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U.S. spends millions on hospitals Afghanistan can't afford to run

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Two hospitals being built in Afghanistan through U.S. reconstruction aid are financially unsustainable and cost five times as much as the ones they are replacing, U.S. inspectors have found. The same review also found a majority of Afghan provincial hospitals run by the U.S. government are also chronically understaffed. The U.S. government’s lack of coordination with the Afghan government...

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