„Das staatliche Gesundheitswesen ist bereits zusammengebrochen“

Interview mit dem afghanischen Arzt Ataullah Zulfacar

Das afghanische Gesundheitssystem ist kollabiert, berichtet der Internist und Notfallmediziner Ataullah Zulfacar. Seit 1983 setzt er sich mit dem von ihm mitbegründeten Ärzteverein für Afghanische Flüchtlinge für die Gesundheitsversorgung in der krisengeplagten Region ein. Auch jetzt versucht die Initiative vor Ort Binnenfl üchtlinge im Osten und Norden Afghanistans zu versorgen.

jetzt kommentieren? 03. January 2022

Two years have passed since he killed

Dr. Tetsu Nakamura devoted much of his life to Afghanistan, treating patients, educating people, and watering their deserts
1946-2019

Dr Tetsu Nakamura, a Japanese physician was shot and killed two years ago with a driver and four bodyguards, while heading to work in Jalalabad, Afghanistan in an aid vehicle. Kaka Murad did so much for his adopted country during his time there. he devoted much of his life to alleviating the suffering of the people of Afghanistan as well as Pakistan.

In addition to opening several clinics, he helped build mosques and launched projects to construct irrigation canals. In a country devastated by drought, it saved hundreds of thousands of lives.

He set out to build that irrigation canal with water from the Kunar River. This wasn’t just some grand scheme that he would be able to pass on to experts. There were no civil engineers in the region capable of carrying out the task.  “By 2016, eight additional canals had been built or restored in the area, irrigating 16,000 hectares. It helped provide food and water for more than 600,000 residents. The man chiefly responsible for it all was granted honorary citizenship by the government of Afghanistan in October 2019” Matthew Hernon

jetzt kommentieren? 17. December 2021

A new chapter of the war begin October 2001 and role of Dr. Gino Strada

Obituary: “I am not a pacifist. I am against the war”. Gino Strada

(1948-2021)

Italian Surgeon, the founder of Emergency which Operates Clinics, Hospitals, and Trauma Centers throughout the world. The work of Emergency in Afghanistan: Surgical and medical center, Anabah Maternity Center, Anabah Surgical centers for War Victims, Kabul and Lashkar-gah.

From 2005 to now 44 First Aid Posts and Primary Health Care Center across 31 districts in Afghanistan

© Riccardo Venturi/Contrasto

“EMERGENCY has spent about 145 million euros in its 22 years in Afghanistan. We have used it to treat more than 7.5 million people, train new doctors and other medical workers, and give jobs to around 2,500 Afghans. All at roughly the cost of keeping a small contingent of soldiers in the country for a year.”

Afghanistan will never forget your Noble work and your dedication to helping humanity. Even the day before you died, Afghanistan was in your mind. You are Loved and Missed.

jetzt kommentieren? 14. December 2021

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