Basic medical care for returnees, internally displaced people and the local population of host communities is guaranteed by the rehabilitation and operation of two health centres in Walayati (Bagrami district) and Bazari (Kalakan district) in Kabul province. Mothers and children in particular benefit from the health services.
To provide returnees, internally displaced people and the local population in the host communities of the province of Kabul with access to basic medical care, the German government is supporting the rehabilitation and operation of two existing health centres in Walayati and Bazari.
‘German Cooperation with Afghanistan’ in a report said, “The goal is to improve the health situation for around 30,000 people in the districts of Bagrami and Kalakan, around 2,700 of whom are returnees.”
In the province of Kabul alone, around 170,000 people sought refuge in 2016 and 2017, due to the comparatively good security situation and better income opportunities.