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31 Aug 2007 description


Since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, the people of Afghanistan have had high expectations about gaining access to improved social services. However, despite high levels of foreign assistance, the government's capacity to deliver these services remains very limited. This has led to some innovations in service delivery models, often using private and non-governmental agents (e.g., in health and through NSP). Five years on, this is now a good time to assess the effectiveness of these different models, to see whether they could be extended into other areas (e.g.