WHO opens much needed field hospital at the Somali-Ethiopian border
The newly installed field hospital in Dolow, Somalia
27 September 2011 --A new field hospital, operated and managed by the World Health Organization, was established last week in Dolow Somalia, near the Ethiopian border. This hospital provides medical aid to thousands of Somali refugees fleeing towards the border areas. In the first week more than 400 patients were treated – an average of 75 patients per day - and more than 30 surgical operations were successfully performed by a WHO medical team. The hospital brings enormous relief for the population by providing health services while lessening the burden on existing, overstretched health facilities.
during that time we treated and given some assistance to people of that region with Doctor Omar - Salah ( GS)