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.
On 20 September, the Ugandan authorities announced an outbreak of Ebola in Mubende district.
We look after so many patients in Afghanistan: behind every wound lies the story of a country torn apart by years, decades of war.
It was a suicide attack. We have received 20 wounded people so far, all adult males, of whom 16 were admitted, 2 were dead on arrival and 2 were treated as outpatients.
We take a different stance, grounded in solidarity, rights and humanity.
Enok has worked with us since 2019, when we began contributing to work at the hospital’s newly opened cardiology clinics.