Our cornerstone project, opened in 2009, includes a 100-bed hospital and ten community clinics. At AMOR, our mission is to improve the health status of the communities
One night in August, three precious tiny babies were born at a health center in the Paktia Province, a very rural and mountainous area in south Afghanistan. The
Dressed up in a blue blazer, yet critically ill, 18 year old Intezar Akbary waited anxiously for his check up with Dr. Awab and Dr. Sadat at Afshar Hospital. The
Seven year old, Reza loves going to school, he finds himself an unexpected friendship in an unlikely place – a hospital. Sitting in his chair with his hands
Baby Zahra was born just a few days before the New Year on December 29th. The smiles and happiness a newborn brings soon faded away for Fatima and Mohammad, Zahra’s
Our cornerstone project, that opened in 2009, includes a 100-bed hospital and six community clinics.
AMOR has moved from the planning phase into the design phase of building a health clinic, family resource center and youth center for families.
Did you know that adolescent girls in developing countries miss up to a quarter of their education because they do not have access to sanitary products?
Sometimes the birth of a healthy baby can be easily taken for granted. Temor and his wife Anisa, who have been married for 18 years, this was not the case.