On 7 October 2001, the US Air Force started bombing Afghanistan. 20 years on, EMERGENCY's hospitals across the country have treated thousands of war victims. Giles Duley visited our Kabul Surgical Centre to photograph those wounded by the conflict: men, women, children - names, not numbers. EMERGENCY x Massive Attack x Legacy of War Foundation come together to deplore the human devastation caused by conflict and say: no more war. Credits 8mm film, photography…
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To produce Afghanistan20, EMERGENCY collected first-hand testimonies and analysed data relating to all war-wounded patients admitted to its three hospitals and 44 First Aid Posts over the last two decades.
Maidan Shahr is a town around 50km from Kabul, on the main road from the capital to Kandahar.
Luca Rolla, EMERGENCY’s Country Director in Sudan, has sent us good news from Khartoum!
Nadir, 12, and his cousin Hassan, 10, were walking back to their house when a small metal object caught their attention.
Senait is a 37-year-old woman and mother of three. She has a heart condition that she has never been able to have treated. As a result, she becomes weak very easily.
Whilst on her 8,000-mile-journey, searching for her mother and a better future, Amal found EMERGENCY in Rome, Bologna, and Milan.
Finally, she’s nearly here! We are looking forward to welcoming a very special guest to our headquarters on Saturday…
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