22 September 2018

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Thursday June 7, 2018

Kabul (BNA) At least 409 victims of war have been shifted to Emergency hospital, Kabul city during month of May, 2018.
BNA quoting internal media reported that 421 patients have been transferred to the hospital, which 409 of them were war victims’ injured.
Deyjan Panek in-charge coordination in Emergency hospital expressed his concern over increasing patients since the hospital established at 2001, never over 400 patients have been taken to the hospital since it is establishment.
Meanwhile, United Nations reported that about 763 civilians lost their lives and 1495 others were wounded during war in the first 3 months of 2018. Also ISIS terrorist group have launched further bloodiest attacks on civilian’s installations in Afghanistan, UN added.
Emergency hospital supporting by World Health Organization and managing by Italian non-governmental organization named Emergency Management.
M.A.Ansari
 

Monday, May 21, 2018

Mazar-e-Sharif (BNA) Three clinic buildings were put into utilization in Balkh province and the work of a hospital and two other clinics are ongoing.
According to BNA correspondent, Dr. Mirwais Rabe head of public health Dept. of Balkh province in a function which was held on the occasion said, the building of three clinics were put into utilization in Sholgara and Zari Districts of that province and work of a 50 bed hospital and two other clinics started in Sholgara and Koshenda Districts of that province.
According to Rabe, the construction cost of the buildings estimated 2300,000 dollars from budget of public health ministry and India.
T. Yarzada
 

Tuesday May 8, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Round of spring polio vaccination campaign kicked off in central Ghazni province.
According to told BNA report, in this round 300,000 children under 5 years to be vaccinated in center and districts of the province.
Zahir Shah Nekmal head of public health department in Ghazni says, during this campaign anti-warm tablets distribute to 2-5 years old children as well.
For better implementation of polio vaccination in different parts of Ghazni province, everyone have responsibility to cooperate with health employees, Nekmal added.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Herat (BNA) For training of nurses, nursing training program was opened Wednesday in Herat and Ghor. 
Considering maternity health as key elements of health and development in a society, deputy of social affairs in Herat Monesa Hasabzada said that health section in the country in particular maternity health has had considerable developments and achievements, adding that considerable efforts have been also made for prevention of maternal and child mortality in the country.  Hasanzada told participating nurses: “Make use of the two-year training course and work hard to become professional nurses in future.”
 

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