Afghanistan: Children share beds in poorly equipped hospital

In Afghanistan, sick children share beds, with many having little or no access to medical treatment.

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    Years of war and poverty have had a devastating effect on Afghanistan's healthcare system.

    The country's largest children's hospital treats up to 1,200 patients every day. But children need to share beds and a lot of the equipment doesn't work.

    Al Jazeera's Stefanie Dekker reports.


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