Emanuele Nannini, EMERGENCY’s Country Director in Afghanistan, joined a roundtable last Tuesday, where he shared how hospitals perceive the current status of humanitarian aid in the country. “Healthcare is always one of the most affected areas, just as it is…
We have sent staff and 7 ambulances to support relief efforts & transport the injured to our First Aid Posts. We have also made beds available in the Kabul Surgical Centre.
A Humanitarian Health Organisation’s Perspective.
To all the midwives who have worked here, and the team at the hospital today, thank you.
Shekiba tells us the blunt reality of conditions in Afghanistan.
This is yet another demonstration that, although attention to the situation in Afghanistan has waned, the country is not at peace.
EMERGENCY’s Surgical Centre received a large influx of patients.
We treat the atrocious consequences of this explosive violence.
We believe the future is theirs. Even more so, we believe they are the future.
We are here to ensure rural communities have access to healthcare.