25% of Afghan children die before the age of 5 due to preventable and treatable disease. We are committed to providing each child with life saving care.

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Extreme poverty surrounds the area Afshar Hospital serves in the Southwest region of Kabul, Afghanistan. Read more about where we work.

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Afshar Hospital, a 100-bed hospital, opened its doors in 2009.  It started seeing 700 patients a month and now sees more than 3,500 patients a month

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Keep up to date with AMOR’s most recent news and see exactly what is happening in Afghanistan.

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1 in 7 women die from complications related to pregnancy. AMOR is dedicated to caring for women of childbearing ages

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We believe in not just helping the people of Afghanistan, but providing ways for them to help themselves.  Read more about our Healthcare Model

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Providing healthcare for those that cannot provide for themselves isn’t achieved without partners who believe in our case.  Learn more about our partners around the world.

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What’s around the corner for AMOR? How can you get involved? See what’s next on AMOR’s calendar.

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Neonatal Team Saves Preterm Infant Girl with Medication Survanta


Medication that hasn’t previously been available in the Afghan health settings is saving lives at Afshar Hospital thanks to a partnership with AmeriCares, a nonprofit emergency response and global health organization.

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Health Education Classes for Adolescent Girls Receive a Great Response


The final round of classes in 2013 drew a great turnout for the Health Education for Adolescent Girls. The Afshar educators look forward to resuming classes in the spring at three area schools.

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