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Amidst rising violence, Afghanistan medical centers fall short

Health care in Afghanistan has undeniably improved since the Taliban regime was toppled 13 years ago. The Afghan Public Health Ministry estimates that there are now well over 2,000 health facilities across the country, compared with about 500 in 2002. But many of these facilities are at risk as international military pull out of the country and aid organizations scale back their efforts. This as the security situation worsens across Afghanistan and the need for reliable health care facilities increases.

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