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.
I’m certain the answer is no.
At EMERGENCY, we knew that we couldn’t stop this year. We did everything we could to make sure we continued providing our medical care, even starting new projects so that we could be there for the most vulnerable people during this pandemic.
After 11 days of clashes between Afghan security forces and the Taliban, fighting continues in Helmand province.
Most of the patients we are currently admitting to the hospital suffer complicated injuries, which require complex surgery and a long hospital stay.
It is all in that quote. On the International Day of Peace, we must remind ourselves that we have the potential to contribute together to foster peace. We are facing the worst public health crisis of our time, but the…
16 extraordinary photographers. 24 images showing a side of Afghanistan rarely seen in the news.
This is just one of the ways we stand with the Afghan people. Because Afghanistan is more than war.