Last week, we lost Koko Akbar, gardener at our Kabul hospital. He had been working for EMERGENCY since April 2001.
This is how they try to forget the pain of the wounds caused by a war that keeps making so much noise outside.
Nadim is at the Kabul Surgical Centre, accompanied by his father.
An attack during a religious ceremony in Kabul killed 43 people and injured 85.
This year, the violence has been relentless
In May 2016, violent clashes in the area had forced the First Aid Post to close
Afghanistan, Panjshir Valley. Every day, around 20 children are born in our Maternity Centre and about 130 people visit the Medical-Surgical Centre
In this country, that the European Union considers ‘safe’, the capital Kabul suffered yet another attack last Wednesday.
War also means being born in a surgical centre for victims and the injured.
F’s eyes fill with both joy and sadness as he recognises the EMERGENCY logo