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​​​​Our Patients

Every year FMIC treats thousands of patients successfully. Each of our patients today is continuing a normal life. Your support will help us to treat more patients. To help one of our patients, you can make a donation to our patients from where you live​.​​​​

Read some remarkable stories of our patients.​​

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Abdul Baset (13) is the beloved son of his family living in Paghman (a suburb area of Kabul). Baset is an intelligent student who loves to study biology to become a doctor in the future and serve his country. ​ n early 2021, a disease made his life upside down and led him to a new journey. When he was suffering from a gallstone...​

Read more about Abdul Baset's story

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Najiba (15) was suffering from primary Amenorrhea and periodic monthly pain for over a year. ​​

The cause for her pain was hematometra (accumulation of blood in the uterine cavity). She referred to many clinics, local doctors, and private and public hospitals throughout the country and had two unsuccessful abdominal surgeries. 

Read more about Najiba's story​

Khal Mohammad says “Do not Play with fire at all” ​khal-mohammad.jpg

Meanwhile, this little boy was curious to see how petrol catches fire. In early 2019, he somehow got hold of a 3-

littre​ bottle of petrol and tried to ignite it with matches. Suddenly the flames captured him allover and the right side of his body got burnt and put him in critical condition. 

Read more about Khal Mohammad's story​

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Samira can play with her toys now​

Samira’s parents were delighted as they were expecting a baby in early 2019. They had bundles of hope and plans for the new addition to their family. Likewise, Samira’s grandfather was super excited and dreamt of her granddaughter becoming a doctor. ​

Read more about Samira's' story ​

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An 11 hours old baby gets new life at FMIC after her mother was shot dead in a terrorist attack in Kabul

Last night at 20:45 hrs, an eleven-hour old baby-girl was brought to FMIC emergency room after a ​gunshot attack, in a Kabul based HosBibi-Amena.jpgpital. She was taken under immediate management by ER medical and nursing staff

Read more Bibi-Amena's story

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In the first four years of FMIC, La Chaine de l'Espoir regularly flew in teams of foreign doctors. Their task was to operate on local patients as well to build the capacity of indigenous doctors who did not have the requisite skill sets. Post-February 2010, the surgical services at FMIC were entirely taken over by Afghan surgeons who have successfully carried out over 1,000 cardiac surgeries on infants and young children with ​varying degrees of complex congenital heart diseases.

Read more Yasser​'s story

sidra-mom.jpgA Nick in Time Saves Nine

A timely tele-consultation between doctors at the Faizabad Provincial Hospital and FMIC, Kabul saved one-month-old Sidra’s life. The Kate Project, FMIC's patient welfare program's sponsor, arranged for full medical cost, transportation and accommodation for the family.​

Read more Sidra’s​ story

khushi-fmic.jpg​​A Beacon of Hope

​Pneumonia remains a primary killer of children under five in developing countries. In Khushi’s case, not only was she struck with pneumonia, she was suffering from a type that was difficult to treat. Whereas other children recover from pneumonia in two weeks, she stayed at FMIC for 35 days bravely fighting for her life.​

Read more Khushi's story

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​​​Two amputated legs, his spleen, colon, and kidney slashed, and a life-threatening body infection – 14-year-old Zubair’s shocking health state had him turned away by one hospital after another till he arrived at FMIC. Today he is one of our proud survivors.​ One evening, when he was sitting outside his home in the eastern district of Tagab with his four cousins, he saw two low-flying helicopters approach. 

Read more ​Zubair’s story

cardiac-patient-bismillah.jpg​​Responding to Afghanistan’s Critical Need​

A few years back, Bismillah began to experience shortness of breath and chest pain whenever he engaged in any kind of strenuous physical activity. He consulted with the cardiology team at the FMIC and was diagnosed with coronary artery disease, a condition in which blood flow to the heart is constricted. Causes can be heredity, diabetes mellitus, smoking, stress, and a high level of cholesterol.

Read Bismillah​'s story

Alifa begins a normal life again 


I want to convey a message to the Tajik people that high quality and professionally managed healthcare provider exists in the shape of FMIC in Kabul.

Alifa was born to a happy family in Tajikistan. Her parents were very excited before her birth but their elation dwindled as they saw a child with a cleft lip.​

Read more about Alifa 

FMIC surgeons successfully separate conjoined twins

"From the very beginning, I had been worried that this might be a dream," said a grateful mother, Mahgul. But when I saw my two dear daughters peacefully sleeping in two separate beds, I realized that my dream has come true."​
Abdul Rahman Walks Again

​When Abdul Rahman, started having difficulty walking, his parents began to take him to all the doctors and medical clinics. No one was able to explain to the worried parents what was happening to their son, and his health continued to worsen until he was referred to the FMIC. 

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Young Toryalai, a sweet-natured Pathan boy, and his family traveled all the way from Kunduz in north-eastern ​Afghanistan to FMIC in Kabul for his treatment. Toryalai had been sick for over a month when he came to us, but the next time he fell ill, his family did not waste any time in bringing him back. They knew that we would help.​

Read Young Toryalai's story