The International Organization for Migration (IOM) supports a hospital in Mosul with $ 500,000


The International Organization for Migration (IOM) said on Tuesday that it supports the Al-Salam Hospital in the city of Mosul with half a million dollars.
“To strengthen government-run health facilities in the wake of the Mosul crisis, the International Organization for Migration in Iraq donated approximately US $ 500,000 to medical education in eastern Mosul,” the statement said.
The equipment was funded by the DFID and the Government of Kuwait. The Nineveh Health Department coordinated the donation and nominated Al Salam Educational Hospital in eastern Mosul to receive the equipment due to the increased number of patients in the hospital as a result of the influx of returnees and internally displaced persons And affected by members of the host community. ”
Prior to delivery in early November, equipment and consumables were kept at the IOM field hospital in Hammam al-Alil, about 30 kilometers south of Mosul, “he said.
The IOM field hospital in Hammam al-‘Alil and since it was established in March 2017, a few months after the battle to restore Mosul, has been playing a critical role in providing emergency care and treating patients displaced from conflict areas, mainly from western Mosul.

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