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Libya: Thanks to the support of the Government of Germany, WHO delivers mobile clinics in Benghazi

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  Using a generous contribution from the Government of Germany WHO has delivered 2 fully equipped mobile clinics to the Benghazi Health Services Directorate to complement primary health care services in the municipality These mobile clinics will support WHO s efforts to increase the availability of emergency health care services for vulnerable people including immigrants The clinics will primarily target internally displaced people and migrants in remote areas who have little access to healthcare Each clinic offers a wide range of services with a special focus on children and women Gynecological internal and pediatric consultations are some of the services offered In collaboration with its health partners and local authorities WHO continues to train healthcare personnel and provides life saving medicines supplies and equipment to help save lives and alleviate suffering in the conflict affected country Ms Elizabeth Hoff WHO Representative in Libya said that she was extremely grateful to Germany for her unwavering support Over the last few years we have had an excellent collaboration with the German Government Your continued funding is helping us strengthen outreach services in remote communities where health facilities don t exist don t work or are inaccessible We will continue our efforts to expand mobile clinics to help more people who may not otherwise have access to healthcare
Libya: Thanks to the support of the Government of Germany, WHO delivers mobile clinics in Benghazi

1 Using a generous contribution from the Government of Germany, WHO has delivered 2 fully equipped mobile clinics to the Benghazi Health Services Directorate to complement primary health care services in the municipality.

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2 These mobile clinics will support WHO’s efforts to increase the availability of emergency health care services for vulnerable people, including immigrants.

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3 The clinics will primarily target internally displaced people and migrants in remote areas who have little access to healthcare.

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4 Each clinic offers a wide range of services, with a special focus on children and women.

5 Gynecological, internal and pediatric consultations are some of the services offered.

6 In collaboration with its health partners and local authorities, WHO continues to train healthcare personnel and provides life-saving medicines, supplies and equipment to help save lives and alleviate suffering in the conflict-affected country.

7 Ms. Elizabeth Hoff, WHO Representative in Libya, said that she was extremely grateful to Germany for her unwavering support.

8 “Over the last few years, we have had an excellent collaboration with the German Government.

9 Your continued funding is helping us strengthen outreach services in remote communities where health facilities don’t exist, don’t work, or are inaccessible.

10 We will continue our efforts to expand mobile clinics to help more people who may not otherwise have access to healthcare.”

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