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12-08-2022 | Latest News , Middle East

Afghanistan: 113,500 newborn Afghan babies, but how will they survive?

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Date               

From Sep 2021 to July 2022

Editor

Masoud Samimi

Producer

Anita Dullard

Camera

Various

Location          

Afghanistan

Restriction 

No restriction 

Total duration

4:10

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00:00 to 00:07

Kabul city view.

00:07 to 00:18

Women are trying to receive a loaf of bread from a person who wants to distribute pieces of bread for the people in need. 

00:19 to 00:23

Men are queuing in front of a bakery and looking for someone to help them. 

00:24 to 00:29

People are queuing on the streets of Kabul looking for daily labor.

00:30 to 00:40

Regional Director of the ICRC,  Christine Cipolla meets with the physiotherapists in the ICRC physical rehabilitation center in Lashkargah, Helmand province. (October, 2021)

00:41 to 00:55

Damages of the recent war in Lashkargah city in Helmand province. 

00:56 to 01:03

Regional Director of the ICRC, Christine Cipolla watches from the inside of the vehicle at the damages resulting from the recent conflict in Lashkargah city of Helmand province. (October, 2021)

01:04 to 01:16

Regional Director of the ICRC, Christine Cipolla visited Sofian hospital in Lashkargah city of Helmand province which was destroyed by an airstrike in July 2021. (October, 2021)

01:17 to 01:23

Regional Director of the ICRC, Christine Cipolla walking with a patient who lost both his a leg in a landmine explosion. (October, 2021)

01:23 to 01:31

The artificial legs in the ICRC physical rehabilitation center in Kabul.

01:32 to 01:41

Director General of the ICRC, Robert Mardini meets with the doctors of the Mirwais Regional hospital in Kandahar city.  (February, 2022)

01:42 to 02:07

Director General of the ICRC, Robert Mardini visiting patients injured by conflict in Mirwais Regional hospital in Kandahar city. (February, 2022)

02:08 to 02:16

The ICRC team donating fuel to DABS, the electricity company in Kandahar city in order to provide electricity for 2 to 3 hours per day for the Kandahar population.

02:17 to 02:47

It is difficult for a person with a disability to come to the ICRC office from the high mountain to benefit from the ICRC services. So, the ICRC team is going over the mountains in Badakhshan province to assist them in their homes.

02:48 to 02:55

A doctor is treating a patient in Mirwais Regional Hospital. 

02:56 to 03:23

Patients in Wazir Akbar Khan public hospital in Kabul which the ICRC started supporting in 2021. 

03:24 to 03:31

A nurse asks a mother for her baby’s name to prepare a birth certificate. She recently delivered his baby in Rabia Balkhi hospital in Kabul, the ICRC started supporting this hospital in November 2021. 

03:32 to 03:37

A doctor is checking a newborn baby in Malalai hospital in Kabul, the ICRC started supporting in November 2021.

03:38 to 03:45

A doctor taking care of a newborn baby in Malalai hospital in Kabul.

03:46 to 04:10

Patients in Shiekh Zayed public hospital in Kabul which the ICRC started supporting in 2021.

 

For further information, please contact: 

Anita Dullard, ICRC Bangkok, Tel: +66 6595 62064, or adullard@icrc.org

Duration : 4m 10s
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