Qatar Red Crescent Society Is Doing Free Medical Operations In Sudan
The Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) sent three medical convoys to Sudan simultaneously over a period of two weeks with the goal of providing free operations and medical evaluations to low-income patients in three states of Sudan with the help of local medical staff from the host institutions.
QRCS is going to carry out free medical operations in three Sudanese cities
The first medical convoy, which includes general surgery and urology, has been sent to the River Nile State, according to a statement from the QRCS. The Gezira State is the host of the second urology medical convoy. Together with Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), the two convoys aim to complete 486 complex and urgent procedures and 700 medical examinations.
The third medical convoy entails working with the Canadian International Foundation (CIF) and the Sudanese Ministry of Health to perform 120 paediatric heart operations and catheterizations at Aliaa Specialist Hospital in Omdurman, Khartoum State.
In a meeting with Dr. Mohamed Salah Ibrahim, Director of the Relief and International Development Division at QRCS, Dr. Abdelmoneim Bella, Director-General of the River Nile State’s Health Ministry, praised Qatar for its assistance to Sudan in several areas. Regarding the most recent medical envoy and the assistance given to the Atbara Teaching Hospital and he also praised the QRCS’s efforts in the River Nile State.