Afghanistan: Baghlan province residents express concern over hospital bed shortages and sanitation

Residents of Baghlan province of Afghanistan have requested that the government complete the construction of the hospitals new building . The hospital has been plagued by a shortage of beds and other facilities .

Kabul, Afghanistan (Afghanistan), December 8: The residents of Baghlan province of Afghanistan requested that the government complete the construction of the hospitals new building as they had been plagued by a shortage of beds and other facilities, according to the Pajhwok News Agency, which announced on Thursday that the new hospital buildings project began under the previous administration and was completed at 60% completion when the Taliban took over Afghanistan in August last year.However, progress has been slowed since.Hazrat Gul, a native of the Hussainkhel region, told Pajhwok Afghan News that his wife has aplastic anaemia.I took her to the provincial hospital and found the blood, but there was no empty bed.

According to Pajhwok News, the provincial hospital is unable to meet the demands of residents of the province, citing Farhad Ahmadzai, the head of the Hussainkhel council.I have often seen people transporting their patients to Balkh and Kunduz provinces because of the lack of beds in the provincial hospital, he said.The international community has expressed dissatisfaction with the situation of women in the war-ravaged region and urged the government to

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