C’mon Mr. Grean jeans, I play like me and secretly wish you live in Mayberry with Andy and Opie. No kidding, surely we have a visual range of cheap stuff now, but I miss the TV both look unsubscribe night at 12 or 1 And films are used to be something special, not the demand. As I look forward to a year’s time could be seen Wizard of Oz, or being a wonderful life. I liked it better when tennis situation were to screen and you actually had to understand math.
Afghanistan 2012 © Archangel Goldfarb
Ali [patient name changed] was injured when a detonator rejected, he saved his face exploded.He was [patient last name] to Doctors Without Borders clinic behandelt.Ali Kunduz, 14 years old, was playing in the fields near his friends outside Kunduz community within the northern Afghan province of Kunduz.
“We found something that looked like a battery. We picked it up and stick with two wires down, and it exploded in our faces.”
Ali’s family drove him to Doctors Without Borders / Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) ‘s newly opened surgical clinic in Kunduz city. He had splinters in his face and injuries to the hands and arms.”It was probably a fuse that human had left” the same Dr. Martin John Jarmin, a surgeon from Doctors Without Borders. “His brother ended up completely blind, but Ali had gotten lucky and.”
The MSF surgical ward, where Ali and his brother were treated, in August 2011 was agape. The only specialist surgical center in northern Afghanistan, it is equipt near an emergency room, two operating theaters and intensive care units and 70 beds on 4 wards.Before the trauma center opened, people were suffering from severe injuries in the region forced the long and dangerous trip to Kabul and Pakistan make, or visit expensive wardrobe clinics to receive care. For this reason, accept a few patients the trauma care they needed. “The hospital is a real need that has not been met, before you respond,” said Silvia Dallatomasina, medical coordinator for MSF in Kunduz. “Most of our patients come from Kunduz, but are also a considerable number of neighboring provinces, or just as far away as Herat along the Iranian case.”
Less than a year after the hospital agaze the MSF unit has treated more than 3,700 people.
Although violence continued over northern Afghanistan, it has a virtual break-more of a slow burn than an all-out Feuersbrunst.Seit the MSF hospital agaze, the majority of patients who are victims of “general trauma” traffic accidents, domestic force, or civilian shooting wounds.
But the fight occasionally rears its director, which in inevitable losses. Several bomb attacks in Kunduz in recent months was repeatedly injured to hospital. On 25February, more than 50 permanent injuries at the hospital gates in a period of a few hours after demonstrations outside the local Cohesive Nations compound, which were violent.
Around 20 international and 300 national staff of Doctors Without Borders hospital in the trade. Since its opening, the hospital much of the 1500 operations durchgeführt.Ein baggy trauma support is has follow-up after surgery in addition to animal rehabilitation. A fitness room is Berangere Ghoy physiotherapist, a Handicap International worker who worked with MSF in Kunduz, helps a patient’s daily exercises done.”Broke [the patient] his leg in a traffic accident in Badakhshan, a province in eastern Afghanistan it,” said Berangere. “He was glad that we should not withdraw his leg was doing. This guy is really brave, he has been in agony for over a month, but never says anything.”
MSF teams also add, Ahmad Baba Sovereign Hospital in Kabul to the east and boost hospital in Lashkar Gah, the provincial Helmand.MSF recently opened a hospital in Khost pregnancy in eastern Afghanistan. In all locations, doctors without borders provides medical care for the onslaught allowed and works in every station of the hospital.
MSF relies solely on private donations for its add Afghanistan, including without limitation any government resource.