Emanuele Nannini, EMERGENCY’s Country Director in Afghanistan, joined a roundtable last Tuesday, where he shared how hospitals perceive the current status of humanitarian aid in the country. “Healthcare is always one of the most affected areas, just as it is…
An award for supporting the country at the most difficult times.
We believe the future is theirs. Even more so, we believe they are the future.
In this video, we bring you there, to the Afghanistan heartland that we know well.
Thanks to the Mobile Outpatient Clinic, we will be able to operate in different places, and to promptly respond to the needs the unpredictable situation may arise.
“We are assessing all possibilities for EMERGENCY’s intervention both inside and on the borders of Ukraine".
Women’s rights are human rights.
Urgent and coordinated action is needed now to rebuild Afghanistan.
3 million people died since the Omicron variant emerged, shattering perceptions that the pandemic is over.
“Everyone knows the situation here. The needs increase day by day."