Today, EMERGENCY launched its Maternity Report, ‘A Quiet Revolution’, in Brussels. The European Foundation Centre hosted the event, which served as an opportunity to discuss an underrepresented aspect of Afghanistan, something that we have been contributing to since 2003. Peace,…
“You are part of the history of this valley in Afghanistan, just as blood is part of the human body,” they told us. In Panjshir, Shahzia recalls the fear she felt before she gave birth to two twins and the…
‘A Quiet Revolution’ is EMERGENCY’s report analysing the impact that a free, specialist Maternity Centre can have on the health and societal role of the women who are part of it: both patients and staff.
By doing so, we can positively change girls' lives.
Working together towards a world without war is the first step in guaranteeing a future for humanity.
I take them in my arms as soon as I see them in the ward, when I can, I try to take some pictures so I can also see them again when I’m in Cagliari…waiting for the next call to come.
We still like to remember her surrounded by people who were given the chance of a new life by EMERGENCY.
And not just that: Nora Idris started dancing. While watching her, we felt like dancing with joy too.
We thank her for her courage, as we do all the men and women who risk their lives in this humanitarian crisis to save other people.
It’s what keeps us focused on our goal: to help people who think they’ve missed their chance, to let them live again.