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RCS offers more assistance to Iraqi hospitals

posted on 20/05/2003: 810 views

Baghdad - A delegation from the UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS) held talks today with Chairman of Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) Dr. Jamal Pouli over their action plan to aid the Iraqi people. The delegation offered during the visit to the IRCS's headquarters 400 cartons of children milk and food. The delegation also toured the Kazemyyia paediatric hospital and met its Director Dr. Rashid Al Janabi. A shipment of children food and milk was also presented to the hospital, which is the only one serving the populous Kazemyyia area. Dr. Janabi gave the delegation a list of the hospital's needs of medicines, oxygen, incubators, pure drinking water, air-conditioners and generators. The delegation has immediately secured urgent needs (generators, air-conditioners and refrigerators) from the local market and promised to provide the other items as soon as possible. Janabi thanked President H.H. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan for his generous support to Iraqi hospitals. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)


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