A Qatari medical team performs (150) free surgeries in Sudan

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The medical mission of the Qatar Red Crescent Society conducted (150) free surgeries in Nyala Hospital in South Darfur.

The Federal Minister of Health in charge, Dr. Haitham Mohamed Ibrahim, during his meeting with the Society’s delegation headed by the head of the medical mission, consultant urologist at Hamad Medical Corporation, Dr. Abdullah Al-Nuaimi, the continuation of cooperation between the two countries and the building of an institutional partnership to support and strengthen the health system in the country and benefit from the Sudanese immigrant cadres in the State of Qatar to participate in providing services in Sudan through a joint bilateral protocol with the State of Qatar, pledging to provide all assistance to the association and facilitate procedures for convoys and surgical camps, which contribute to training and improving service, in addition to helping patients in different states,

He thanked the medical team for their great role in performing the specialized surgeries at Nyala Hospital, and praised the support that the State of Qatar has been providing to help the Sudanese people, and he saluted the Qatar Red Crescent for its efforts in providing assistance in various fields.

For his part, the head of the medical mission, Dr. Al Nuaimi said that the team performed free surgeries in the fields of general surgery and urology in coordination with the state’s Ministry of Health. The eight-day convoy aimed to perform 150 operations with the participation of qualified and trained local medical cadres, in addition to the medical team from Hamad Medical Corporation.

Al-Nuaimi said, according to Al-Sayha, that the convoy comes within an integrated project of medical convoys supervised by the association, and the current convoy aims to provide advanced medical care to patients through specialized doctors, and also aims to exchange experiences at the local and international levels, which is also a good opportunity for trained doctors to benefit from the doctors’ expertise. participants.

For his part, the head of the Society’s office in Sudan, Alaa El-Din Al-Badri, announced that the QRCS will continue to provide support through various projects, pointing out that its activities are not limited to the field of relief, but include several projects in the field of development, health and water, noting that the convoy is one of the important projects. In the field of health projects.

Khartoum (Kush News)


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