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Thursday, 05 April 2018

First of its Kind in Sudan: Flying Hospital for Remote Areas at Cost of US$100 Million

Khartoum- (Mona Mustafa) Director General of the Mobile Medical Treatment Units Engineer Nader Ibrahim has announced that a hospital for serving periphery areas would be set up in River Nile State in partnership with Canadian international company.
He said in a statement to Sudan Vision that the hospital operates in accordance with the government’s policy which calls for expanding health services at IDPs areas and gathering places of miners, herders and farmers, saying that it complies with the Sudanese and international standards for the mobile medical treatment units.
He explained that the hospital is equipped with advanced medical equipment and a flying ambulance that comprises 10 mobile clinics at the cost of 100 million dollars, appreciating the considerable efforts by the Canadian company.
He called on the international and humanitarian organizations in Khartoum to cooperate with the hospital for implementing medical projects in Darfur and South Kordofan and Blue Nile States.