Kate Holt
A man, who was shot through the chest when fighting broke out in his village, and who is now paralysed on one side of his body, lies on a stretcher after being transferred from a military hospital, for post-operative care at Boost Hospital, in Lashkar Gah, Helmand, Afghanistan, on January 22, 2011. After nearly ten years of war in Helmand, thousands of people are unable to access healthcare, having to travel long distances along dangerous roads to reach Boost, the only functioning referral hospital in the province, where MSF works alongside hospital staff to provide free medical care.