“There’s just one private doctor and he used to fix tyres” – Afghan patient

By Katie Nguyen | Tue, 25 Feb 2014 15:09 PM
hum-dis wom-rig

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Over a six-month period, the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) interviewed more than 800 Afghans about their experience of seeking healthcare in the country.

The interviews, carried out at four MSF projects in Kabul, Kundaz, Khost and Helmand, reveal the danger, financial cost and perilous journeys many people have to make to get treatment.

Here are ...

Read full content
Related content
Tweet Like Google+ email