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Renovated hospital opens in Tawila, North Darfur

March 25 - 2010 TAWILA

The Ministry of Health re-opened the hospital after three months of renovation work undertaken by the International organization Doctors Without Borders. The hospital will provide better and free health services and is equipped with good equipment and air-conditioning. It will serve  more than 28.600 residents living in Tawila and neighbouring areas, including the displaced people living in three camps: Rwanda, Dali and Argo. Doctors Without Borders will support the staff with healthcare and training and pay them incentives.


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