NATO in Afghanistan - Kabul passport manager stamps out corruption
Independent Films, Documentaries, Politics
Colonel Abdul Fatah runs Kabul's busiest passport office. And he has earned a reputation - and many certificates from leaders and organizations—because he was overheard declaring to his employees that he would not tolerate corruption. But for him, it's not about awards, it's about properly getting the job done. He couldn't run his office efficiently with corruption, and his office is quite efficient-- turning out 250-300 passports a day. Although there are limitations-- no computers-- and some security weaknesses in the passport system, Col Fatah is happy to facilitate the travel of Afghans.
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Year of Production: 2012
Country: United States