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.
Two of EMERGENCY’s healthcare facilities in Afghanistan have been hit by crossfire in the last 24 hours.
Fighting has been ongoing for days now in Lashkar-Gah, Southern Afghanistan. It is also near our hospital.
"We are receiving wounded patients. We ask all parties to respect this facility and ensure it is not put in danger. HOSPITALS ARE NOT A TARGET!"
Nurses, doctors, logisticians, technicians, guards, cleaners... our local colleagues in Lashkar-Gah, Afghanistan.
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There was heavy shelling, they used machine guns, and shots were fired from helicopters - it was loud.
We heard bombing from the hospital throughout the night and the morning, plus small arms fire, machine guns, snipers and artillery
Jalad Khan suffered serious injuries to his lower limbs and stomach.
and over 1,000 Afghan staff members, trained and employed by EMERGENCY to support communities across the country.