Washington Post, 18 November 2013
Another "White Elephant" or victim of Afghan government inability? – the story of the Urgent and Primary Care Clinic in Kabul, "the brainchild of Asad Mojadidi, an Afghan-born doctor" who now is advisor to the Afghan Ministry of Public Health (MoPH), build with Pentagon money and inaugurated by then ISAF commander Eikenberry in 2007, based on promises by the MoPH that it would take it over later. Now the ministry reportedly said "no, we can't", and the hospital is threateed by closure.
What about the large hospital in Khost, Gen Eikenberry inaugurated around the same time in Khost?
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