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International Medical Corps has worked in Afghanistan since 1984, supporting and rebuilding the health infrastructure of a country that has seen decades of conflict and instability.

Today, Afghans have one of the lowest life expectancies (44 years) and highest infant mortality rates (over 150 deaths per thousand live births) in the world. One of every four Afghan children dies before their first birthday. Continued armed conflict makes security a constant dilemma for Afghan civilians, who find it difficult to obtain basic services when much of the country is inaccessible to international assistance agencies. About three-quarters of the population have no access to clean drinking water.

 

Our work in Afghanistan

 

Community Midwifery Education
Hospital Management
Mental Health and Substance Misuse
Primary Health Care
Refugee and Returnee Services

 

Our Donors

International Medical Corps UK recognises the invaluable support of the following European donors to make our work possible.

 

        

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