Women in Afghanistan have a 1 in 15 risk of death in childbirth.
Only 14% of women have a skilled birth attendant.
Malnutrition, especially among children is still a serious problem for society
A Vision for Health care
_AIL’s goal for Afghanistan is to create a healthy, self supporting and productive society. Health care is crucial to achieving that goal. The Afghan people need reliable high quality health care and health education so they can be healthy, know how to care for their health and be able to achieve their potential. A balanced society needs healthy people so that they can contribute economically and children can be educated and grow up as independent and capable adults.
The people need health care but they also need health education so they can take care of themselves and stop the cycle of preventable illness which drains families and communities.
AIL runs fixed clinics, outreach mobile clinics and Community Health Worker Posts programs to spread health education and address immediate health needs through treatment and prevention.
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Health Clinic Services
Health Training Program