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AAHP-UK funded IELTS course has been inaugurated by AAHP-UK vice-chairman Dr Wahab Ghani on 13 Sep 2017. The course will start on 20 Sep 2017 and will continue every Wednesday between 1pm – 4pm. It is free for all Afghan health professionals who are planning to in the UK. Address:  Afghan Association Paiwand 3rd Floor, Middlesex Huse 130 College Road Harrow, ... Read More »

Annual Ibn Sina Fundraising Event, London. 8th Dec 2018

The Association of Afghan Healthcare Professionals-UK would like to invite all individuals and families to its 9th Annual Ibn Sina Fundraising Event and Banquet Dinner on 8th December 2018. Date: 8th December 2018 Time: 6pm Venue: Imperia Banqueting Halls, 8 Cavendish Parade, Hounslow TW4 7DJ We look forward to seeing you at the event. To confirm your place, please email us on aahp.uk@gmail.com or ... Read More »

37 people have regained their mobility, 22 Nov 2015

The Wheelchair Project was aimed to help people regain their mobility and independence. It was a joint charitable venture between AAHP-UK, The Karen Woo Foundation and Baaz Foundation (Afghanistan). Upon completion of the project, 37 disabled people in Nangarhar province (Afghanistan) were provided with wheelchairs. Saeed Agha, who has regained his mobility due to the Wheelchair Project, thanked the donors for ... Read More »

6th Ibn Sina Fundraing Event, London (12 Dec 2015)

The date of 6th Ibn Sina Fundraising Event has been announced, which will be held on 12 December 2015 in London. You will not only enjoy an evening of food and entertainment with us, you will help others enjoy many evenings of their life. Date: 12 December 2015. Time: 18:00 – 23:00. Venue: Ashiana Banqueting Hall, Bell Road, Hounslow, TW3 3PB. Renowned Afghan singer ... Read More »

Annual General Meeting, 9th May 2015

The Association of Afghan Healthcare Professionals-UK (AAHP-UK) held its Annual General Meeting of 2014-15 in Ashiana Banquet Hall, London on Saturday 9th May 2015. The gathering was attended by a large number of UK based Afghan Healthcare Professionals and students.  It was the 5th Annual General Meeting of the Association since its establishment. The general members at the meeting used the gathering to report, critique, and reflect ... Read More »

Air ambulance treats more than 1,800 patients in 2014

Westminster was London Air Ambulance’s busiest borough last year with call-outs to 120 patients. London’s Air Ambulance (LAA), the charity that delivers an advanced trauma team to critically injured people in London, treated 1,806 patients in 2014. But the busiest borough was Westminster. Mark Field, MP for City of London and Westminster, said: “Last year, 221 critically injured people were treated ... Read More »

Help Avalanch Victims in Afghanistan

This is the official appeal of Association of Afghan Healthcare Professionals-UK ( Registered charity no.1150024). Hundreds of people have been killed in a series of avalanches triggered by heavy snowfall in northern parts of Afghanistan including Panjshir, Badakhshan and Noristan provinces. Massive avalanches have killed hundreds of people and victims were found frozen to death. The sheer depth of snow ... Read More »

Nurses warn of mental health services strain

Staff cuts and bed shortages are leaving mental health services "under unprecedented strain", says the nurses' union. The Royal College of Nursing says there are now 3,300 fewer posts in mental health nursing, and 1,500 fewer beds, than in 2010. At the same time demand has increased by 30%, the RCN said. A Department of Health spokesman said mental health ... Read More »

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