Afghan Hospital – Muslim Aid USA

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Afghan Hospital

HELP PROVIDE AFGHAN
WOMEN & CHILDREN IMPROVED HEALTHCARE

Let us help our Afghan sisters and children blossom back to health​ because of its sensitive nature, many Afghan women do not know they have serious medical conditions that can be diagnosed and cured, such as obstetric fistula or cervical cancer. Instead, they suffer quietly, limited by a lack of information, inadequate accessibility to trained doctors, and social stigma. Our sisters and mothers feel alone, unsure of where to turn and what they can do.

AFGHANISTAN WOMEN’S HOSPITAL

WE WANT TO HELP THESE WOMEN
FEEL WHAT IT IS LIKE TO BE HAPPY AGAIN

We want to break the barriers and address the silent suffering which has affected too many. We want to help these women feel what it is like to be happy again. We want to give them their lives back!

HELP US TO
RAISE THE FUNDS WITH US

We hope to bring Afghans from around the world together to remember the integral role that maternal health plays in our community and help raise the funds to be able to provide these women and children with the most up-to-date and effective treatment, in what will soon to be Kabul’s landmark hospital – a four-floor, 25,000 square foot Maternity and Neonatal Hospital currently under construction in Kabul City.
The hospital will be able to provide highly specific treatments that are currently unavailable from other hospitals and healthcare centers in Afghanistan. The maternal and neonatal hospital will provide the most advanced levels of Surgical, Maternal, Pediatric, and Cancer treatment available for women and children in Afghanistan.

Help make a difference by donating now

Help make a difference by donating now and joining us in the construction of Kabul’s most modern hospital, providing the most advanced and highly specialized treatments for at-risk Afghan mothers, women, and children! To make this hospital a success, we need your support.

Join us by donating now! Let us help these women and mothers bloom once again so that like flowers, they can provide those around them with happiness.

DON’T FORGET TO JOIN US

LIVE ON ARIANA TELEVISION NETWORK
ON AUGUST 8, 2020
AT 8PM EASTERN – NEW YORK (5PM PACIFIC – LOS ANGELES)

To learn more from our featured guests, about how your donation will make a difference to lives of suffering Afghan women and children!

NOTE : We have chosen the “Chadar/Tikkah Gul-e Seb” to represent Women’s Health because, for generations, the Gul-e Seb (Apple Flower) has symbolized health, future happiness, and fertility and we want to return to our fellow Afghans, the vibrant quality of life this textile represents.

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