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Przemoc wobec kobiet w Afganistanie (27)

! EN_01356958_0014 PLA
May 25, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Cars drive into the main entrance of the hospital. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0015 PLA
May 25, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Aisha (name changed to protect identity), 19, from Ghoryian district, cries out "oh god please let me die," and reaches her hand out in agony. She is receiving treatment for burns to over 70 percent of her body. Doctors in the ward suspect this was a suicide attempt but family denies this and says it was a gas explosion. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0016 PLA
May 25, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: A cart full of medical supplies sits in the burn warn. These carts have IVs, iodine, gauze and medicated ointments. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0017 PLA
May 25, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: A nurse prepares a solution of Silver sulfadiazine, a topical ointment used to treat and prevent infections in burn patients, in the burn ward at the hospital. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0018 PLA
May 25, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: A nurse walks over to a supply cart to prepare treatments for patients in the burns unit at the hospital. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0019 PLA
May 25, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: A doctor walks past a sign marking the Acute trauma area for women in the burn ward. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0020 PLA
May 25, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: A nurse holds Aisha's (name changed to protect identity) medical chart. Aisha, 19, from Ghoryian district, is receiving treatment for burns to over 70 percent of her body. Doctors in the ward suspect this was a suicide attempt but family denies this and says it was a gas explosion. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0026 PLA
May 25, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Aisha (name changed to protect identity), 19, from Ghoryian district, receives treatment for burns to over 70 percent of her body. Doctors in the ward suspect this was a suicide attempt but family denies this and says it was a gas explosion. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0027 PLA
May 25, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: A nurse prepares a solution of Silver sulfadiazine, a topical ointment used to treat and prevent infections in burn patients. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0008 PLA
May 24, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Farah (name changed to protect identity), 28, from the Islam Qala district of Herat province, displays her wounds from where she attempted to kill herself. Farah was married at 11 to an older Afghan man. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0009 PLA
May 24, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: A doctor leads a group therapy session in the psychiatric ward of the hospital. The group was a mix of women seeking counseling and students learning how to provide therapy. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0010 PLA
May 24, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Two students role play through a scenario during a group therapy session in the psych ward. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0011 PLA
May 24, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Used and discarded IV fluids and a syringe lay on a washing table in the burn ward. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0012 PLA
May 24, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: A sign displaying the Wallace rules of nine hangs over a washing table in the emergency room in the burn ward. The Wallace rules of nine are used in emergency and pre-hospital medicine to determine the total surface of burns on a body. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0013 PLA
May 24, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Laundry hangs to dry outside the burn center. The burn center was funded by the US Army. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0025 PLA
May 24, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Farah (name changed to protect identity), 28, from the Islam Qala district of Herat province, displays her wounds from where she attempted to kill herself. Farah was married at 11 to an older Afghan man. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0001 PLA
May 23, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Laila (name changed to protect identity), estimates she is 50, from Ghor province, and receives treatment for her burns in the burns unit. Laila is married and has five children. Her husband set her on fire using kerosene while she was sleeping. She has burns on her legs and hands and chest. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0002 PLA
May 23, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Posters displayed inside the burn ward in the Herat provincial hospital demonstrate various range of motion exercises for burns near joints. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0003 PLA
May 23, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Laila (name changed to protect identity), estimates she is 50, from Ghor province, and receives treatment for her burns in the burns unit. Laila is married and has five children. Her husband set her on fire using kerosene while she was sleeping. She has burns on her legs and hands and chest. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0004 PLA
May 23, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Laila (name changed to protect identity), estimates she is 50, from Ghor province, and receives treatment for her burns in the burns unit. Laila is married and has five children. Her husband set her on fire using kerosene while she was sleeping. She has burns on her legs and hands and chest. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0005 PLA
May 23, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Sayeed Ahmad, 55, Laila's brother, stands outside the burns unit. He will be Laila's caretaker when she is released from the hospital. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0006 PLA
May 23, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Fereshta (name changed to protect identity), from Herat province, receives treatment for burns she received from a gas explosion at her home. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0007 PLA
May 23, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: A discarded hospital bed sits out in the sun. Though the main hospital has 650 beds, the burn ward only has 35. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0021 PLA
May 23, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Laila (name changed to protect identity), estimates she is 50, from Ghor province, and receives treatment for her burns in the burns unit. Laila is married and has five children. Her husband set her on fire using kerosene while she was sleeping. She has burns on her legs and hands and chest. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0022 PLA
May 23, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Dr Hassena Ersad, the on-call doctor in the burns unit, cries while explaining the emotional toll of her work, seeing women treated so badly. "The women of Afghanistan are treated worse than animals. This is the only reason I chose to work in this ward; I want to help these women." Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0023 PLA
May 23, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Fereshta (name changed to protect identity), from Herat province, receives treatment for burns she received from a gas explosion at her home. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
! EN_01356958_0024 PLA
May 23, 2017 - Herat, Afghanistan: Fereshta (name changed to protect identity), from Herat province, receives treatment for burns she received from a gas explosion at her home. Violence against women is prevalent in Afghanistan, around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once, according to a report by the U.S. Institute for Peace. (Ivan Flores/Polaris)
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