UAE mobile voluntary hospital arrives in Sudan

Abu Dhabi, Feb 25 (IANS/WAM) Emirates Mobile Voluntary Hospital, arrived in Sudan to participate in the humanitarian mission to treat one million children and elderly across the north African country.

This initiative, which is the first of its kind, is carried out in collaboration with the Saudi German Hospital, Dar Al Ber Association, and in strategic partnership with the Sudanese Centre for Voluntary Work and UAE Voluntary Centre, Arab Association for Humanitarian Work, and the UAE Societal Readiness Programme “Jahezyia” and National Training Foundation.

Ambassador for Humanitarian Work, Reem Osman said that the mobile hospital will provide therapeutic, surgical, training services and preventive for needy groups with participation of a group of senior physicians and surgeons.

The mobile hospital include 15 beds, separate sections for primary health care, emergency care, surgical and sterilisation equipment, medical instruments and units of intensive care, care for intermediate or transitional, pharmacy section, in addition to the laboratory and the radiology section, maintenance section and unit for power generation and medical supplies with a specific order.

Osman noted that the mobile hospital is working in Sudan to support the efforts of the United Arab Emirates- Sudanese voluntary medical camps.

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