"I studied medicine in Kabul, then I decided to specialise here. I learn a lot of things working with the international staff, such as new diagnosis and care techniques, but above all I’m gaining experience” Sitting on a bench in…
It's never going to be easy to live through war, especially for a child. But our staff do whatever they can to make it better.
"That's what I've learnt about bullets, shrapnel and landmines. And it's something you won't find in the books."
Luca, our Programme Coordinator in Afghanistan, shares what it's like to live a normal life in war.
In the space of only a few hours, there were two attacks on the capital’s airport, only a few days after the attack on the restaurant 'Le Jardin'.
'I would like to take a moment to thank all those who made it possible through their support to expand this hospital, and to allow us to better cure those who really need it.'
"They're not just numbers, statistics or "collateral damage". They're people. And that's how they should be seen, always."
I'm writing to inform you that a baby was born Saturday night in our Surgical centre for War Victims in Kabul.
We call on all parties involved in the conflict to respect our hospital, and allow it to be accessed by victims of the fighting
25 patients coming from the MSF hospital in Kunduz, which was bombed by NATO on the same day, arrived at EMERGENCY's Surgical Centre in Kabul