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EMERGENCY has treated over 8 million patients in Afghanistan since 1999.

Stories from the field

International Women’s Day 2023

On International Women’s Day, we want to share a story about two colleagues from our Anabah Maternity Centre who share a name and a purpose: to help the women of Afghanistan. Najila has been Midwife at the hospital for 5 years. At just 25 years old, she is already one of our shift leaders, acting…

Koko Jamal is No Longer With Us

Koko Jamal is no longer with us. He was one of the longstanding figures in our Kabul Surgical Centre, working with us since 2002. As Driver Supervisor, he trained our teams of drivers for years, teaching them how to move around one of the most dangerous cities in the world, while ensuring the maximum safety…

Nabiullah Acts Older than His Years

In late November, a group of eight children between the ages of 2 and 10 arrived at our Kabul Surgical Centre. Nabiullah was among them, suffering from multiple shell injuries to his legs, feet, abdomen, and left hand. Nabiullah’s family is from Sorabi, near Kabul. He is just 7 years old, but acts older. He…

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