Publish dateMonday 19 February 2024 - 12:51
Story Code : 286110
The World Health Organization has announced that it has helped 344,000 people in Afghanistan in one month
The World Health Organization has announced the provision of emergency health services to 344,395 people in different provinces of Afghanistan during January of this year.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: The World Health Organization published its one-month report and wrote that emergency health care services have been provided to this number of people in 25 provinces of Afghanistan.
According to this organization, during this period, 268 thousand tons of medicine and nearly 200 thousand women have received health care services.
This help has been provided to the people by the colleagues of the World Health Organization through 222 health centers.
The report states that in the last month, 38 thousand and 29 children under the age of five received malnutrition assessment services.
According to the report, during this period, 2,314 deliveries were performed, 11,266 women were provided with pre-pregnancy care services, and 6,889 women were provided with post-pregnancy care services.
At the same time, the country's health system is facing various problems with the imposition of international sanctions against Afghanistan.
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