Kuwait do­nates $145,000 in med­i­cal sup­plies to Tan­za­nia

Kuwait Times - - LOCAL -

Kuwait has de­liv­ered med­i­cal equip­ment worth $145,000 to a car­diac cen­ter in the eastern African na­tion of Tan­za­nia. Tan­za­nia’s Min­is­ter of Health and Com­mu­nity De­vel­op­ment Ummy Mwalim re­ceived the med­i­cal sup­plies that will be used to equip an op­er­at­ing room in a car­diac cen­ter, read a state­ment Kuwait’s em­bassy in Tan­za­nia. The med­i­cal aid would help prop up the im­pov­er­ished na­tion’s ailing health­care sec­tor, where one out of every 100 chil­dren is af­fected by a heart disor­der, Kuwait’s Am­bas­sador to Tan­za­nia Jas­sim AlNa­jem re­vealed. Ad­dress­ing a cer­e­mony where the sup­plies were de­liv­ered, Mwalim thanked Kuwait for the aid, say­ing that the new equip­ment would ul­ti­mately help save more lives. — KUNA

DODOMA:

DODOMA: Kuwait’s Am­bas­sador to Tan­za­nia Jas­sim Al-Na­jem de­liv­ers the med­i­cal sup­plies. — KUNA

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