ITF Project

ITF Enhancing Human Security (ITF)

Project Duration: 12 months from(1st January 2022 to 31st December 2022)
Completed successfully


On the implementation of the project
"Mine Detection Canter Polyclinic Support in 2022"
Narrative Report (1st October 2022 to 31st December 2022)

1. Detailed description of activities implemented in the reporting period (together with monitoring and evaluation – short summary including relevant findings and recommendations).

MDC polyclinic, with its trained, well experienced well-equipped staff and well equipped health infrastructure in Kabul, has diagnosed and treated a wide range of medical cases in 12,409 patients in 4th quarter of 2022. The polyclinic has prioritized the needs of the most vulnerable especially women and children which are special attention is given to the vulnerable ones i.e.
the impoverished ones, widows, orphans and the victims of war and violence including the IDPs and locals in Kabul and those visiting from the other provinces.
MDC also as per budget is looking to purchase the X-ray machine when when receiving the last instalment of 2022 budget.
During this reporting period MDC Polyclinic has achieved its total quarterly target successfully.

2. Summary of results and objectives achieved in line with the indicators (I) set in the Project Proposal (Annex 1, Chapter 11).

3. The conditions, under which activities were carried out
(difficulties encountered during project implementation and measures applied to solve the problems; any delays or deviations in comparison with agreed project documentation).

This quarter we had significant number of patients visiting MDC polyclinic; we have been working to the fullest of our capacity to provide healthcare services to the most impoverished and vulnerable individuals in the community.

4. Short description of projected activities to be implemented in the next reporting period. Changes and adjustments necessary with regard to the following reporting period.

In the next reporting period we'll strive to provide services especially to those who’re the most needy which due worsening economic situation are unable to be treated elsewhere and also due to the shortage of public health infrastructure and supplies and low quality health services.