Just a few weeks ago, Marzia Sikandar served burgers and rice from her solar-powered mobile cart in Kabul, but now, wearing a protective suit, she distributes masks and offers free soap and water in the Afghan capital to combat the coronavirus outbreak. As per Reuters, her converted carbon-neutral rickshaw is one of around 40 owned by social enterprise Banu’s Kitchen which had until recently

24 April 2020

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has said that the government is planning to bring systematic change to a number of hospitals in Kabul where COVID-19 patients are getting medical treatment, including the Afghan-Japan hospital. “A lot of changes have been made, but these changes are not sufficient; we will make the Afghan-Japan hospital the best

24 April 2020

In an effort to aid Afghanistan at the time of the COVID-19 crisis, the Pakistan's Zalmi foundation donated coronavirus protective gear to the country in a bid to help it combat the pandemic which has killed more than 177,000 across the globe. "Zalmi Foundation Chairperson, Javed Afridi, has handed over 50,000 masks and 1,000 protective suits

24 April 2020