In Afghanistan, mothers and children face some of the greatest challenges to survival found anywhere in the world. Health services across the country are uneven: pervasive socio-cultural, physical, and economic barriers impede the delivery of basic health-care. In addition, there is a lack of basic infrastructure, making physical access difficult.

The second in a four part series examining issues related to women and children’s health, use this study to learn, pray and reflect.

Image of arrow pointing downAfghanistan Maternal Health Study Resource

Written by Karen Bokma. Reprinted from Glad Tidings magazine, the magazine of the Women’s Missionary Society.