The death toll of this morning’s suicide bombing in Kabul amounts to at least 26, according to the Afghan Ministry of the Interior.
Yesterday, on 20 March, was ‘Nowruz’, the Persian New Year; today, near the Sakhi Shrine, in the western part of the Afghan capital, hundreds of people had gathered to celebrate. The explosion occurred near the University.
13 victims were taken to EMERGENCY’s Surgical Centre in Kabul: 10 were admitted, 3 had already passed away.
Kabul. An explosion near the government’s former Ministry of the Interior building caused more deaths in the Afghan capital just a few days after the attack at the Intercontinental Hotel.
78 wounded were to the EMERGENCY hospital so far, 12 already dead on arrival.
“It’s a massacre,” says Dejan Panic, EMERGENCY Programme Coordinator in Afghanistan.
The attack happened a few hundred meters from our hospital.
Kabul car bombing: 69 injured hospitalised at the EMERGENCY Surgery Hospital.
This morning, at 8:30 am, Kabul was hit by yet another attack: a car bomb explosion, at a time when the streets were very crowded, has caused tens of deaths and hundreds of wounded in the Wazir Akbar Khan district, the embassy area.
The EMERGENCY Hospital, a few hundred yards away, has accommodated 69 wounded, 8 dead on arrival. The A&E ward is still full of patients. The hospital also suffered some damage, but our staff are fine and they are working tirelessly to assist the injured.
As the conflict in Mosul, Iraq, intensifies and the humanitarian crisis worsens, EMERGENCY has started working since January 15 on the Emergency Hospital, in cooperation with Iraqi Kurdistan's Health department. The hospital is a surgical centre in Erbil, in the north of the country. The facility guarantees medical assistance to victims of the conflict.
6th June 2016
A joint operation by EMERGENCY NGO, humanitarian organisation which provides medical care, and Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) is leaving Malta today aboard the Topaz Responder, a search and rescue vessel which will patrol the world's deadliest migrant crossing: the central Mediterranean.
TYPE OF CONTRACT
Fixed-term contract - paid (6 months)
Degree in Midwifery; at least 3 years’ hospital experience in delivery room.
The international Midwife is responsible for the autonomous management of all midwifery activity, and patient care in the delivery room and operating theatres.
Central African Republic, Sierra Leone, Sudan
English and/or French
TYPE OF CONTRACT
Fixed-term contract (6 months)
Specialisation in Hospital Pharmacy; experience in the management of pharmaceutical supplies, consumables and other medical materials for hospitals and/or health centres