MAZAR-E-SHARIF (BNA) In the past year, about 6,500 people have come to the orthopedic ward of the Swedish Committee in Mazar-e-Sharif for treatment. They have been able to save and cure more than a dozen people from the risk of paralysis,” said the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan.
Mohammad Ayub Hamdard, head of Swedish Committee orthopedic clinic in the north of the country told BNA that family problems, drug use during pregnancy is one of the causes of problems in the hands and feet for patients.
Officials at the Swedish Committee orthopedic clinic in northern Afghanistan say the agency has been able to save 900 people with injuries to their limbs from the risk of paralysis.
He said that the organization is currently working in the field of education, treatment of people with disabilities, as well as the construction of schools and training centers, as well as lending to families in Balkh, Jawzjan and Samangan provinces.
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