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ARCS Sends Children to Germany for Treatment

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Saqalain Eqbal
Saqalain Eqbal
Saqalain Eqbal is an Online Editor for Khaama Press. He is a Law graduate from The American University of Afghanistan (AUAF).

The Afghan Red Crescent Society (ARCS) said that 54 sick and injured children were sent to Germany for receiving medical treatment with the financial support of a German institution.

According to the ARCS, these children, who have heart illnesses, burns, and bone disease, will be treated in this country with the financial assistance of the German organization Peace Village International.

Matiullah Khalis, the acting head of ARCS, stated that the program of sending children suffering from various diseases to Qatar and India will begin soon.

Peace Village International in Germany validated the report by ARCS and stated that it will cost an amount of two million dollars to cure these children.

According to ARCS, 4,700 children’s medical care was supported by Germany’s Peace Village International.

Claudia Peppmuler, Peace Village International’s Head of Communications stated that “we could take more children to Germany but our problem is that the clinic in Germany does not have the capacity or the money to treat a lot of children.”

“We promise that when your children leave with us in pain and wailing, they’ll return with a smile,” she further said.

The ARCS’s spokesman, Irfanullah Sharafzai, also announced on media day that these children will be flown to Germany on Thursday, November 10.

It is also said that 68 other children who were sent to Germany for treatment will soon return to Afghanistan.

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