Help Afghan Women Deliver Healthy Babies Safely

Dec 22, 2011

Health is Improving

The Afghan Institute of Learning operates three health clinics in rural Herat.  Between January and November of this year, 17490 reproductive health patients were seen at these clinics.

The Afghan people of the past had a general distrust of the medical profession.  As the people are becoming better educated, and access to doctors and clinics is increasing, their overall health is improving, and specifically, as women continue to seek health care, the maternal and child death rates are declining.

Thank you to everyone to helped to support this program.


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Project Leader

Toc Dunlap

Executive Director
Dearborn, Michigan United States

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