Now she has a new cause: Since January this year, 164 health facilities have been forced to close temporarily due to insecurity and conflict and 45 facilities remain closed. Saifuddin Azizi of the 10th commando battalion, said. Help Spread the Word.
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Attacks on health care on the rise in Afghanistan. The vehicle was back in the compound by 1945 hours and the remaining four expatriate team members and our national staff team confirmed the shooting of our five colleagues. When the foreign troops decide to attack somewhere, first of all they check everything and then they launch the operation.
MSF recently started a tuberculosis treatment program in Khairkhana and currently have 45 patients undergoing treatment for TB and expansion of the number of patients under treatment is in process.
By Nov. We have been in Khairkhana since 2001, running an outpatient department.
Of the 37 people wounded, 19 are staff members, and 18 are patients or caregivers. Today our thoughts are with the families of those killed, but also with the people of Afghanistan whose ability to access healthcare and other humanitarian assistance is becoming increasingly compromised. Tom Vanden Brook and Jim Michaels.
MSF also provides specialized programs such as tuberculosis treatment and mental health projects. A version of this article appears in print on , on Page A9 of the New York edition with the headline: WHO Representative. In 2017, the team assisted 11,000 deliveries and performed more than 90,000 emergency room consultations.
A patient there on the operating table, dead, in the middle of the destruction.... The hospital conducted over 116,000 outpatient consultations in 2017 and admitted more than 2,000 patients each month. If there were any civilian casualties, Major Azizi said, the Taliban must have attacked the victims with rockets. Saturday and continuing in 15-minute intervals for more than an hour.
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