Multilingual Resources for Afghans
To support people from Afghanistan, Doctors of the World has compiled a list of resources for individuals and for professionals who are working with them. We are prodviding this information within our site for your convenience.
The official languages of Afghanistan are Pashto and Dari (which is a variation of Farsi), and we have also included Urdu as it has been reported that a number of caseworkers have been working with families to whom Urdu is their primary language.
List of Multilingual Resources
How to register with a GP and book a vaccine
COVID-19 vaccine guidance
Keeping young people healthy
Migrants’ right to healthcare
Flu vaccine guidance
Do keep checking the Doctors of the World Translated Health Information hub, where you can filter the documents by keyword, narrow by topic or select your language or type you are looking for.
Public Health England
On this Public Health England page you can find more resources produced by Public Health England. Resources include more COVID-19 Vaccine guidance, the blood clotting guidance as well as the flu vaccine and pregnancy.
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