Afghanistan Primary Healthcare Project
Afghanistan suffers the effects of decades-long war and conflict. Most of rural Afghanistan (85% of the population) has limited or no access to medical care. More than 25% of Afghan children die before the age of 5 and the maternal death rate in Afghanistan is 16% (highest in the world).
- Lower mortality for children under 5.
- Reduce maternal mortality rate by providing pregnant women with Tetanus Toxoid vaccine.
- Provide emergency transport, especially for pregnant women and those in labor, in three rural regions in the North
- Critical care transport, including attendants
- Training of medical staff
- Maternal Delivery Kkts
- Community Health Worker kits
- Maternal Child Health program
- Morning Star Development
- Cure International