His name is Ansarullah and he is two years old.
The constant activity at the hospital in Kabul is a clear signal of how the situation in Afghanistan is getting worse.
On Sunday morning, an attack on a voter registration centre caused dozens of deaths and over one hundred injuries.
We began to see smoke rising above the houses. A car bomb had exploded outside the stadium about a mile away from us.
Two years ago, we also began collaborating with the Jos University Teaching Hospital in the east of Sudan.
Graziana, a nurse who has recently returned from Afghanistan, shares her experiences.
Today, on 4 April, we observe the International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action.
Some months after her surgery, something wasn't right, and she was readmitted to the Salam Centre.
The conditions are inhumane, shameful, degrading.
A few days ago, thirty doctors and nurses from the most remote and problematic areas in Sudan arrived in Khartoum.