State Of The Art Ambulance Will Improve Emergency Care, Demonstrates Strong Partnership Between The Bayat Foundation and Kabul Medical University


Kabul, Afghanistan—September 21, 2016—The Bayat Foundation (, Afghanistan’s largest, private, non-profit Health, Education and Social Development Organization, today demonstrated its strong and sustained support of Afghan Public Health and Medical Education Programs, with the donation of a new Ambulance to Kabul Medical University (, Afghanistan’s oldest and most prestigious center of Medical and Health Education.


Outfitted with the latest emergency care and life saving equipment, the Ambulance was presented, in a dedication ceremony, to the leadership and Faculty of Kabul Medical University, by Dr. Ehsanollah Bayat and Mrs. Fatema Bayat, the Co-Founders of The Bayat Foundation.


Founded in 1932, Kabul Medical University, with its five Faculties of Medicine, fifty-three Academic Departments and six Teaching Hospitals, provides vital Medical Education and Health Care facilities to the people of Afghanistan. The new Ambulance donated by the Bayat Foundation, will be used by Kabul Medical University’s Ali-Abad Teaching Hospital.


“We’re honored to donate this ambulance, which can be used to provide people with immediate, life saving care, to Kabul Medical University,” said Dr. Ehsanollah Bayat, Co-Founder of The Bayat Foundation. “We’re proud to support Kabul Medical University’s mission of improving our nation’s Public Health and the quality of our medical care.”


“Our partnership with Kabul Medical University continues to grow, and together, we can provide vital Medical Care and Medical Education to Afghans,” said Mrs. Fatema Bayat, Co-Founder of The Bayat Foundation.


About the Bayat Foundation:

Since 2005, the US-based Bayat Foundation, a 501 c (3) charitable organization, has promoted the well-being of the Afghan people. Founded and directed by Ehsanollah Bayat and Fatema Bayat, the Foundation has contributed to more than 300 projects dedicated to improving the quality of life for the youth, women, poor, and elderly of Afghanistan; including construction of 13 maternity hospitals that have now treated over 1,500,000 mothers and babies.


Projects have included the construction of new facilities and sustainable infrastructure in needy regions, and the promotion of health, education, economic, and cultural programs. In addition to his charitable initiatives, Ehsanollah Bayat founded Afghan Wireless (AWCC) in 2002, which was the first GSM wireless and Internet Service Provider in Afghanistan, and later established Ariana Radio and Television Network (ATN), which includes Ariana Radio (FM 93.5). For more information, please email