MSF Afghan Crisis Appeal
Our dedicated medical teams are delivering life-saving care to people across Afghanistan.
The healthcare situation for people in Afghanistan is catastrophic. Drought and an economic crisis have left millions of people struggling for food and medicines.
What is MSF doing?
Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is treating record numbers of patients, including severely malnourished children. The need is now so great that children are having to share hospital beds.
Thanks to our independent funding, we're running five projects across the country providing both emergency and everyday medical care.
It is only with help from donors like you that we can keep providing all our patients with vital treatments.
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Find out how your donation could bring hope and help save lives
could help provide pain relief for seven patients for one day could help pay for five stethoscopes to help diagnose patients' medical conditions could help provide 100 sachets of Plumpy’Nut, a therapeutic food used to treat malnutrition in children could help pay for a disposable sterile dressing set to treat wounded patients could help pay for a blood transfusion kit for use in surgery could help pay for four safe delivery kits to assist women giving birth without medical complications could help provide 300 sachets of Plumpy’Nut, a therapeutic food used to treat malnutrition in children could help cover the cost of an MSF doctor working in a hospital for one day could help pay for a collapsible wheelchair for patients who are unable to walk could help provide two foldable stretchers for transporting injured patients could help provide a warming blanket for a newborn baby could pay for six blood transfusion kits used in surgery could help cover the cost of an MSF doctor working in a hospital for one week could help pay for three basic surgery sets for MSF hospitals could help buy a portable ultrasound device to monitor the health of pregnant women and their babies could help pay for 11 collapsible wheelchairs for patients who are unable to walk could help pay for 10 sustenance kits to help mothers provide babies with essential nutrition could help pay for a refrigerator to store blood for use in surgery could help cover the cost of an MSF doctor working in a hospital for 10 weeks could help pay for 20 basic surgery sets for MSF hospitals could help buy an emergency health kit containing enough medical supplies to treat 10,000 people for three months could help cover the cost of a midwife working in a field hospital for four months could help pay for a ventilator for patients in intensive care units could help pay for 50 sustenance kits to help mothers provide babies with essential nutrition could help buy for an emergency health kit containing enough medical supplies to treat 10,000 people for six monthsDonate now >
The Afghan Crisis Appeal will fund MSF’s work in Afghanistan, as well as supporting our work in neighbouring countries