On Wednesday 11 January at 4pm, there was an explosion near the Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Kabul.
They are a young generation of Afghans who have never seen anything but war, but have dreams for their future.
You are the people that support us to go on providing lifesaving care.
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.
One of those objects, however, was an unexploded mine.
Shekiba tells us the blunt reality of conditions in Afghanistan.
This is yet another demonstration that, although attention to the situation in Afghanistan has waned, the country is not at peace.
In this video, we bring you there, to the Afghanistan heartland that we know well.
Our thoughts are with all the civilians in the path of this violence.