Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Afghan govt must fight graft, help people-World Bank

KABUL, June 3 (Reuters) - The World Bank is committed to building a "prosperous and stable" Afghanistan, but Afghans themselves must fight corruption and provide better services for citizens, a top bank official said on Tuesday.

Poor security, corruption and the lack of good governance are some of the biggest challenges facing Afghanistan, more than six years after U.S.-led and Afghan forces overthrew the Taliban.


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