afghanistan blog 8/30 | andrea bruce

afghanistan blog 8/30 | andrea bruce
The neonatal ward of the Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) Maternity Hospital in Khost is often full of twins. Hormones, easily accessible in local suks across Afghanistan, are used without prenatal care whenever a woman isn't fullfilling her unspoken obligation to give birth nearly every year.These hormones often result in… read more ›

afghanistan blog 8/23 | andrea bruce

afghanistan blog 8/23 | andrea bruce
Noburja, Afghanistan l August 23, 2013 Dr. Abdul Qayum, Deputy Medical Director for the Ahmed Shah Baba Hospital, talks about the problems children face in rural Afghanistan. He himself commutes to his Kabul Hospital, as an employee of Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), from Logar Province which has been overrun… read more ›

kabul blog 8/20 | andrea bruce

kabul blog 8/20 | andrea bruce
“You are small, dear,” said Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) midwife Iline Ceelan to a girl about to give birth at the MSF Ahmed Shah Baba Hosptial in Kabul. She was a foot shorter than the other women walking around the maternity ward, her cheek pressed against a hospital bed,… read more ›

kabul blog 8/19 | andrea bruce

kabul blog 8/19 | andrea bruce
The windy streets of Kabul welcomed me with dust and strong sun today.   At a time when people are focusing on the upcoming withdrawal of NATO troops from Afghanistan, I’ve returned here to re-visit the struggles of everyday life here and what Afghans think about their future. For… read more ›

urban survivors: exhibition schedule

urban survivors: exhibition schedule

 

Urban Survivors is a group project realized in collaboration with Medecins Sans Frontieres. Pep Bonet, Andrea Bruce, Alixandra Fazzina, Stanley Greene, Jon Lowenstein and Francesco Zizola give a view into the living conditions in urban settlements. This page will be updated to feature upcoming and current events.UPCOMING… read more ›