Humanitarian fund annual report  for 2021 in Afghanistan

Humanitarian fund annual report  for 2021 in Afghanistan

Kabul was ravaged by conflict and natural disasters in 2021. Poverty and the COVID-19 virus also devastated the country. This year’s epidemic has affected 18.4 million individuals (nearly half of the population) and tens of millions more need social support. The number of people suffering from malnutrition has risen dramatically, especially among women and children….

Refugees from Afghanistan present a low risk for spreading Covid-19

Refugees from Afghanistan present a low risk for spreading Covid-19

Researchers from the Ministry of Public Health and Hamad Medical Corporation revealed that Afghan refugees had a low risk of infection with Covid-19 in the nations and communities they relocated to. Evacuees from Afghanistan, a hotbed of violence, had higher rates of SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) infection, according to the research. JAMA Network Open, an esteemed publication…

Afghan Blood Donor Day

Afghan Blood Donor Day

Afghanistan marked Blood Donation Day. According to the director of the Central Blood Bank of Afghanistan – Mohammad Nasser Sadiq’s estimate of 88,536 blood tests, 126,876 persons received blood. More blood donors are needed to save lives, according to Ahmad Sir Pasoon, Director-general of therapeutic medicine. A group of blood donors at the Central Blood…

A humanitarian crisis is brewing in Afghanistan 

A humanitarian crisis is brewing in Afghanistan 

Over half of Afghanistan’s population is in need of help. Vaccine-preventable diseases like COVID-19 and polio are causing overcrowding of the country’s health system and widespread corruption at all levels of government.  Malnutrition affects more than half of all children under the age of five in the United States. Hundreds of thousands of households have…

Zinc not a cure for Covid-19
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Zinc not a cure for Covid-19

Some news publications and online pages have reported that zinc supplements can treat coronavirus, but Afghan health professionals say this medicine’s efficacy is dubious. There have been 180,000 coronavirus infections in Afghanistan, with 7,700 deaths, according to the Ministry of Public Health. Following the start of the pandemic, vaccines were discovered to fight the virus…

Help for Afganistan

Help for Afganistan

11 medical volunteers from the TKA and the Yeryuz Doktorlar Association performed urology examinations as well as therapy and surgery in Kabul during the week. One hundred and twenty medical examinations and 36 surgical procedures were carried out. Afghanistan Islamic Medical Association’s assistance allowed the team of volunteers to complete a total of 120 tests…

Taliban take extreme action against Monkeypox

Taliban take extreme action against Monkeypox

Eyewitnesses in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan allege government operatives are harassing and imprisoning LGBTQ people. Nemat Sadat, a gay Afghan living in the U.S., has heard the Taliban is targeting gay men because of monkeypox. Sadat tweeted that the Taliban think gay people have monkeypox. “They’re sizing up the gorgeous men in the room on their phones.”…

Afganistan under the supervision from indian delegation
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Afganistan under the supervision from indian delegation

Indian ambassadors have arrived in Afghanistan to monitor the delivery of supplies, the Indian Foreign Ministry said Thursday.After the Taliban took control Afghanistan, Indian ambassadors left. Representatives of foreign groups that distribute humanitarian relief will be present during our visit. As a result, the delegation will visit places where Indian programs and initiatives are being…

New Oxygen producing plant inaugurated in Badakshan, will help Afghanistan to meet its oxygen demands.

New Oxygen producing plant inaugurated in Badakshan, will help Afghanistan to meet its oxygen demands.

In Badakhshan’s northern province, a new medicinal oxygen production plant was opened, according to the provincial hospital on Monday. The hospital claimed in a statement that the plant produces up to 1,000 oxygen balloons in 24 hours, delivering the oxygen required for the province’s healthcare facilities. As stated by the source, “the provincial hospital will no…

Essential medical supplies reach Afghanistan

Essential medical supplies reach Afghanistan

Over the period of the last week, Direct Relief has managed to deliver 330 shipments of asked for medical aid to 48 of its territories and states along with 7 countries including Afghanistan.  These shipments were off 4.3 daily defined doses along with N-95 masks, antibiotics, medications for chronic diseases, mental health medications, insulin, nutritional…

Medicine supplies in Afghanistan at an all-time low, experts blame US for sanctions

Medicine supplies in Afghanistan at an all-time low, experts blame US for sanctions

Health specialists in Afghanistan have issued a strong statement warning of an escalating crisis in the country’s healthcare system, which has been compounded by a pharmaceutical scarcity tied to assets being frozen by the USA. COVID-19 pandemic and measles outbreaks in the country require immediate intervention, according to medical experts. Another health issue in Afghanistan…

Afghan children waste away due to severe malnourishment 

Afghan children waste away due to severe malnourishment 

According to the UN, 1.1 million Afghan children under 5 may experience acute malnutrition this year as more hungry, wasting-away toddlers are taken to hospital wards. After the Taliban took over Afghanistan last year, the UN and other relief agencies fed millions with an emergency aid programme. According to a report released this month, poverty…

Afghanistan doctors say use of sanitizers can lead to skin disease, caution people about it
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Afghanistan doctors say use of sanitizers can lead to skin disease, caution people about it

In the fight against coronavirus, health professionals recommend disinfectant solutions, but caution that abuse of these products might lead to allergies and itching of the skin. Upwards of 6.3 million people have perished from the epidemic, according to data reported by international organisations. The WHO has been striving to offer treatments, vaccinations or prevention methods since…