"WHO" support establishing burns unit in Damasus
"WHO" support establishing burns unit in Damasus
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 World Health Organization (WHO) announced  in a press release her full support to establish the  first medical unit in Syria, specialized in burns  in Al- Mowasa Hospita in Damascus.
 The organization said that the health situation in Syria is still deteriorating due to the lack of medicines and medical workers, and the destruction of health facilities and the difficult access to health care, stressing that what is happening in Syria is causing  more people to suffer from burns , including young children.
The statement pointed out that the organization hasd provided specialized groups for burns, and life-saving medicines, as well as medical equipment and supplies to meet the needs of fifteen thousand people suffering from burns.
It is noteworthy that the United Nations agencies and non-governmental health  orgnisations provided  Syria over the first seven months of this year, with emergency medical supplies to treat more than two million people, under the supervision of  World Health Organization, as more than 3.7 million people were covered  by health services, medications, or other medical supplies .

 World Health Organization (WHO) announced  in a press release her full support to establish the  first medical unit in Syria, specialized in burns  in Al- Mowasa Hospita in Damascus.
 The organization said that the health situation in Syria is still deteriorating due to the lack of medicines and medical workers, and the destruction of health facilities and the difficult access to health care, stressing that what is happening in Syria is causing  more people to suffer from burns , including young children.
The statement pointed out that the organization hasd provided specialized groups for burns, and life-saving medicines, as well as medical equipment and supplies to meet the needs of fifteen thousand people suffering from burns.
It is noteworthy that the United Nations agencies and non-governmental health  orgnisations provided  Syria over the first seven months of this year, with emergency medical supplies to treat more than two million people, under the supervision of  World Health Organization, as more than 3.7 million people were covered  by health services, medications, or other medical supplies .

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