EMERGENCY has treated over 11 million victims of war, landmines and poverty. With your help, we can do even more.
EMERGENCY provides free, high-quality, long-term sustainable healthcare around the world. Every minute, a patient is treated by EMERGENCY, but there are still so many more people that need our help.
In Afghanistan, EMERGENCY runs hospitals in Kabul, Panjshir Valley and Lashkar-Gah as well as healthcare centres in 11 provinces across the country providing high-quality, free care that is well-renowned across the country and amongst Afghan people
Donating to EMERGENCY will make an impact today, and for years to come.
If you can, please donate today.
Here’s the difference your support could make:
S$30 is enough to pay the for the medication required by a mother in need of a Caesarean section at our Maternity Centre in Afghanistan.
S$50 is enough to pay for the medicine a newborn hospitalised child needs in our Neonatal Intensive Care Ward in Afghanistan.
S$100 a month is enough to train a local Afghan nurse at our Lashkar-Gah Surgical Centre for War Victims.
S$1,2500 is enough to fully a First Aid Post in rural Afghanistan for a week.