They are a young generation of Afghans who have never seen anything but war, but have dreams for their future.
Despite the violence, Rahman is convinced: he does not want to leave his country.
You are the people that support us to go on providing lifesaving care.
We look after so many patients in Afghanistan: behind every wound lies the story of a country torn apart by years, decades of war.
“At approximately 2pm, we started to receive some patients with injuries and burns, but there was no news yet about any explosion or attack.”
A total of 22 patients, including 20 women, have been received at EMERGENCY's Surgical Centre for War Victims in Kabul following the suicide attack that took place this morning, 30 September.
Protecting people’s health and dignity contributes to building peace.
One of those objects, however, was an unexploded mine.
Shekiba tells us the blunt reality of conditions in Afghanistan.
We are here to ensure rural communities have access to healthcare.