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Fighting in Afghanistan has been intense since May, but in recent weeks the clashes between the Afghan army and the Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan also known as the Taliban have increased in intensity and have moved into more urban areas such as Lashkar Gah city in Helmand Province. The situation has been dire for months but now it is even worse. Despite the challenges, the MSF-supported Boost hospital remains operational and has seen a marked increase in trauma needs over the past week. The main trauma centre in the city is run by another organisation, and is also under immense pressure; the people they cannot admit are sent to MSF for care.
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The first group of Afghan nurses has passed a new training course as part of a continuing initiative to establish an ambulance service in Lashkar Gah. In co-operation with Helmand's Director of Health and the Provincial Reconstruction Team, the Joint Force Medical Group in Helmand province is laying the foundations for an Afghan ambulance service in Lashkar Gah by training Afghan nurses in specialist transit care, an initiative that began early in Injured local nationals are brought to the medical centre in Lashkar Gah, where their conditions are stabilised, before being moved to one of the locally-run hospitals in Lashkar Gah. But the nearest hospital is 15 minutes away and there is currently no way of continuing the care during transit. Major Clark and her team at the primary healthcare centre have created a syllabus that covers all of the basic areas that the Afghan nurses need to be trained in to look after patients during transit. She said:.
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U.S. and Afghan airstrikes pummel Taliban positions in southern Afghanistan
Reports from Lashkar Gah, capital of Helmand, a province where the Taliban already controlled much of the territory before their recent offensive, were dire: People were fleeing their homes, a hospital in the city had been bombed, and government reinforcements were only now arriving after days of delays. What comes next in Lashkar Gah is anything but certain — the city has been on the brink of a Taliban takeover off and on for more than a decade. But if the insurgent group seizes the city this time it will be the first provincial capital to fall to the Taliban since Thousands of civilians have been killed and wounded — the highest number recorded for the May-to-June period since the United Nations began monitoring these casualties in At least , more have been displaced from their homes.
The resident of Lashkar Gah in southern Afghanistan is one of thousands trapped or fleeing for their lives as fighting for control of the city rages between militants and government forces. The BBC is not naming some interviewees in this article for security reasons. We do not know if they are civilians or the Taliban," the man told the BBC Afghan service in an interview on Whatsapp.
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