Profiles of Courage

  • Published Date: June 2015
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Prior to 2002, the vast majority of health service delivery systems in Afghanistan were non-existent or informal. Basic health services were not available, and there were only a very small number of qualified health care providers in the country.

The $37 million LMG-Afghanistan Project (September 2012-June 2015) built upon the strengths and successes of previous USAID-funded projects to promote enhanced performance of health leadership at different levels of the health system. The LMG-Afghanistan Project’s focus was on providing direct technical assistance and training to Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) mid-level leaders and managers to build technical capacity and governance capabilities.

Read the personal stories of impact from the Leadership, Management, and Governance Afghanistan Project.