Medical emergencies don't stop in times of crisis. Neither do we.
AFGHANISTAN: Health services under extreme pressure
Despite the massive challenges, a dedicated team of 2,300 Médecins Sans Frontières staff members are still on the ground in Afghanistan, working across all five of our projects in the country. The needs remain huge, but we are committed to providing emergency care, like surgical interventions for trauma-related injuries, while ensuring access to ongoing care including treatment for drug-resistant tuberculosis, safe delivery care, and so much more. Amid uncertainty and instability, the Afghan people need us now more than ever. We spoke to Prue Coakley, the Médecins Sans Frontières head of programmes in Kabul, who shared an update on the quickly-evolving situation in Afghanistan.