USAID's Investments for Health in Afghanistan - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Health spending

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USAID has a four-pronged approach to improving the health of the Afghan people, especially women and children: 1) supporting the provision of primary healthcare services; 2) improving the health-related behavior of individuals, families, and communities; 3) increasing demand for, and access to, quality health products and services through the private sector; and 4) addressing the long-term sustainability of the healthcare system.

Two health workers ready for work in Afghanistan.

Two health workers ready for work in Afghanistan.

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