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USAID partners with Afghanistan to establish affordable healthcare

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Ministry of Public Health announced a partnership that will enable the Afghan government to better identify local revenue streams in order to provide sustainable, affordable health services to its citizens.

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Newborn Care Training Center inaugurated in Kabul

With the help of the United States Aid Agency for Development (USAID), the Newborn Care Training Center is inaugurated in Kabul’ Indira Gandhi Hospital to train doctors and midwives from across Afghanistan. The training facility will train doctors and midwives

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SCA annual report: millions were provided services

“We intend to remain in Afghanistan and continue to believe that solidarity between people can contribute to a peaceful future for Afghanistan. When others slow down, we shift into a higher gear.” Outgoing chairperson of Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA),

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Doctors without Borders start activities in Dasht-e-Barchi, Kabul

Medicins Sans Frontieres (MSF) or Doctors without Borders launched their activities in a 30-bed hospital in Dasht-e-Barchi area of Kabul. Addressing the inaugural ceremony on Saturday, head of the MSF said their activities only included providing health care services to

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FMIC holds international conference to address maternal and child health issues in Afghanistan

The French Medical Institute for Children (FMIC) organized its Third International Conference, “Moving towards Quality Healthcare for Mother and Child” to focus on new and innovative techniques for addressing current issues of maternal and child health in Afghanistan. The two-day

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Afghan midwives graduate from Community Midwifery School in Wardak

As many as 24 midwives completed their two years of training from the SCA funded Community Midwifery School in Wardak. On Tuesday they received the certificates and deployment letters from the Provincial Public Health department. The graduation of this sixth

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A comprehensive healthcare center opened in Kabul

A comprehensive healthcare center, benefiting more than 320,000 families, was inaugurated in Reshkhor area of Kabul city by Health Minister Dr. Soraya Dalil. Funded by the  US Provincial Reconstruction Team, the healthcare center is built at a cost of USD

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Work on the construction of a health center inaugurated in Baghlan

On 17 June 2013 the cornerstone laying ceremony for the Arakesh Basic Health Centre of the Baghlan Department of Public Health (DoPH) was held in Nahreen District. The ceremony was at-tended by Mr. Abdul Fata, the Deputy Governor of Nahrin

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EU’s fresh aid to Afghanistan’s health and agriculture sectors

The EU announced the agreement for new EU aid to Afghanistan aimed at supporting the health and agriculture programs worth 185mn Euros. “The Afghan people have suffered tremendously in recent years due to war, instability and overwhelming poverty. With EU

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Children’s education, health main concerns in post-Taliban era: UNICEF

Protecting the rights of Afghan children and investing in their education and healthcare are the basic considerations in a smooth and orderly transition from a post-Taliban Afghanistan up to 2014 and beyond, said an official of the United Nations Children’s

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