EMERGENCY is shocked to learn about this morning’s attack on Save the Children’s office in Jalalabad, Afghanistan.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani awarded EMERGENCY the prize for their commitment to the victims of war in Afghanistan.
Samiullah, our colleague, a nurse at the Lashkar-Gah Hospital, was killed on Saturday in a gunfight. He found himself in the midst of a shootout whilst on the way to a wedding.
In 2017, we worked non-stop, every day to do what is right: to provide free, high-quality healthcare care to those who need it.
He carried his daughter to our clinic in the Ashti camp. Her clothes and hair were still on fire.
Two wounded taken to our hospital so far, one DOA.
Ahlam was in her father's arms, both her legs amputated.
She arrived at the Ashti refugee camp with almost all her family.
'The little girl was the first off the ship, accompanied by her mum. She was in a very bad way, with dyspnea and arrhythmia.'
As they change the bandages on his hand, Darwood Salim raises his fingers in a victory sign.