The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) says Afghanistan remains one of the world’s poorest countries, where 55% of people live on less than one US dollar per day.
SIGAR in a report under the title of ‘Lessons Learned Reintegration’ said that on average; just $8 percent of capital per year is spent on health care and four decades of war have brutally traumatized the population in the country.
“In the wake of a peace agreement, there may be a significant opportunity to strengthen gains made since 2001 in education, health care and women’s rights—and to expand development efforts to areas that have seen little investment since 2001,” SIGAR said.
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“A wider post-conflict recovery strategy is essential to successful reintegration of ex-combatants, Congress may wish to consider funding broad post-settlement development programs in Afghanistan,” LLR report added.