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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Afghan Ministry Of Public Health
Afghanistan can't be trusted to funnel the millions upon millions of dollars it receives from America to the proper sources, two global aiding firms found, in recently conducted reports made public Thursday.
A U.S. government program to improve public health standards in Afghanistan might have misspent as much as $190 million thanks to a "high risk of waste, fraud and abuse," though poor recordkeeping makes it difficult to know how much might have been lost, federal investigators say.