AIL ‘s health clinics have been a vital resource for people, especially during the pandemic when some other sites closed. The clinics were a source of information on the virus and provided the usual health services as other centers and hospitals dealt with the Covid-19 patients.
Reproductive health services are important at all the clinics. Through August, 10,414 women were helped including 150 babies born at the clinics, 6,353 women had contraceptives provided. The Herat clinics run 14 Community Health Worker posts which provided contraceptives to 2,439 women, recorded 13 village births and performed 401 ANC and 65 PNC home visits.
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