In October 2001, another twenty-year chapter of the war in Afghanistan began.
This was an appeal to world leaders to suspend monopolies on Covid vaccines and allow them to be produced in low-income countries, where just 1.8% of the population are currently vaccinated. Italy has made its stance clear and is taking courageous and genuinely effective action to get universal access to vaccines.
There was a doll with blonde hair and a yellow dress above the bed, looking at her owner – Amina.
Sudan is going through a moment of instability.
In early July 2021 began the second phase of our ‘Emergency initiative in support of the cardiology clinic at Orotta Hospital in Eritrea’. Located in the capital of Asmara, this is the country’s main public hospital.
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EMERGENCY, the international organisation that has provided free, high-quality healthcare to over 11 million people around the world, has released a new project entitled Afghanistan20.
Maidan Shahr is a town around 50km from Kabul, on the main road from the capital to Kandahar.
Luca Rolla, EMERGENCY’s Country Director in Sudan, has sent us good news from Khartoum!
20 years on, EMERGENCY's hospitals across the country have treated thousands of war victims.