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French Medical Institute for Mothers and Children

Org #53573
Vetted since 2018
2006
year founded
$48,387
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The French Medical Institute for Mothers and Children is striving to realize a vital and ambitious vision: to be a leading institute of excellence and innovation in healthcare, research and education, providing exemplary, safe, comprehensive, accessible and sustainable services to Afghanistan and surrounding regions, while positively impacting the lives of patients and all others whom it serves. During this journey, the hospital is committed to: To provide exemplary quality and safe care to the patients To ensure accessibility of services, both physical and financial, such that needy patients are cared for with respect and dignity To develop new services in response to public needs and ... read more

Project Leaders
Sultan Ahmed
Sultan Ahmed
Team
Aziz A Jan, Fahim Shivji, Faraz Pirwani
Organization Information
Aliabad, Behind Kabuk Medical University
Kabul, 20000
Afghanistan
+93-791-522663
Organization Information
Aliabad, Behind Kabuk Medical University
Kabul, 20000
Afghanistan
+93-791-522663

Project Reports

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Oct 20, 2020
FMIC Patient Welfare Update- October 2020
In the year 2021, FMIC will be celebrating 15 years of its services in Afghanistan. One of FMIC’s mission is to enable Afghan patients’ access to an international...
Sep 18, 2020
Project update - September 2020
While the fear of Covid-19 pandemic still remains intact; FMIC continues to provide its high quality healthcare services to the people of Afghanistan. The main hospital was kept as a safe haven for...
Jul 24, 2020
FMIC stands a ray of hope for Afghans!
As part of its covid-19 response FMIC has been closely working with the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) and other partner organizations to train frontline healthcare workers in infection prevention...
 
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