Afghan SAT Successor to Have Fewer Staff

The Strategic Advisory Team employed more people with less money, yet critics say the government is doing development on the cheap.

Jeff Davis
Published: Wednesday, 08/20/2008 12:00 am EDT

With a budget of $12.2 million to spend over the next five years, the newly established Canadian Governance Support Office in Kabul will provide fewer advisors to the Afghan government than its predecessor, the controversial Strategic Advisory Team.

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