There is a great article about a hospital in Kabul that treats the wounded on all sides of the conflict, run by the Italian NGO*** Emergency, on the NYT website and in the print magazine this week.
Emergency works all over the world in regions riven by conflict, refusing to take sides but focusing especially on providing treatment at no cost to civilians who are caught in the crossfire. I do some editing work for them from time to time. It really is a wonderful organization and worth checking out. You can get involved by donating to Emergency USA***, an independent U.S. non-profit that raises awareness of, and funds for, their programs.
***CORRECTION: In an earlier version of this post, I conflated Emergency, the Italian NGO, with Emergency USA, the American nonprofit.