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Help us to raise funds for this noble cause before September 30th, 2018.
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Nearly 70 percent of Afghans live in extreme poverty, made worse by poor education and nutrition levels as well as a lack of health and social services. Not surprisingly, mother and child under-five mortality rates are among the highest in the world.

FMIC’s Patient Welfare Programme is a lifeline for the many children and adults who cannot afford the vital, and often complex, the medical care they need.

At FMIC, we believe that health services should be available to the people who need them most, regardless of age, religion, gender or income.

Since 2006, FMIC has invested over US$28.9 million in the Patient Welfare Programme, changing lives of over 432,000 patients from all 34 provinces of Afghanistan. 

In the first half of 2017 alone, FMIC provided Patient Welfare to more than 25,000 patients. 

Each year an additional US$ 1 million is needed to meet the hospital’s commitment to providing care to mothers and children who cannot afford the cost of quality medical care.

Your gift can truly change the course of a child or a mother’s life:

US$2,000 will give the gift of life to a child in need of congenital heart surgery.US$ 1,000 can support the surgery of a child afflicted with a critical disease.US$ 500 can provide a physician’s care and nursing for a medical patient each month.US$ 250  can make a difference to a mother who cannot afford the cost of medical services through her pregnancy.US$ 100 will enable two patients to undergo a CAT scan allowing us to diagnose their condition and propose a course of treatment for their early recovery.
One hundred percent of your donation will go to support a patient at FMIC.

For giving opportunities, or to speak with the Resource Development Department about any of our support initiatives, please feel free to contact:

Phone: +93 (0) 791070000

In many countries lifesaving, gifts for patients are fully tax deductible. Please consult us for further details or make a donation from where you live.