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Monday, January 09, 2012
Farah (BNA) Dr. Suraya Dalil, acting minister of public health has pledged construction of a 200-bed hospital for Farah people in the offing. 
Construction of the hospital which is much needed in the province will have various sections as surgery, mother and child care, x-ray, drugstore, laboratory and all other facilities are determined to be provided. 
During her trip to Farah province, acting minister for public health informed the people of Farah of starting the construction work on a hospital in the province. 
In a meeting with local government and health officials of the province, she asked for better delivering of health services to patients. 
Mohammad Younus Rasoli, deputy governor for Farah detailed related to health circumstances and problems of patients and enumerated the current problems of the hospital. 
Acting minister for public health visited the provincial hospital of Farah and listened the patients briefing related to the current problems of the hospital. 
The acting minister instructed the relevant health officials in the hospital for solution of the problems. 
Mrs. Dalil also distributed some cash assistance to the patients.

Wednesday, January 04, 2012
Charikar (BNA) A new building for medical clinic was came under utilization in Shinwari district of Parwan province today. 
Saifullah Bedar, governor of Shinwari district of Parwan province said to BNA, this clinic has been constructed from the assistance of Japan embassy in Ashtar village of that district at the cost of more than $ 150,000.
It is said that this building has 10 rooms and other facilities. 
A function was held for this purpose, Dr. Khalil Mosadiq deputy of the public health Dept. of Parwan province said, this clinic was equipped by public health Dept. of Parwan and provides medical services for more than 20,000 residents of this district. 
In this ceremony, residents of that area expressed pleasure from opening of this clinic and currently problems of them will be solved from medical facilities. 
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

 

Wednesday, January 04, 2012
Kabul (BNA) An Afghan residing in the US, Dr. Mohammad Karim had assisted medical essentials to the Kabul Medical University, an official said. 
According to the press office for the ministry of higher education, the aid included 71 set of different medical facilities, one ambulance and one set of 60-kw generator totally costing $70,000 had been provided to the said university. 
The aids had been delivered to the Rector of the university, Dr, Sherin Aqa Zarif while the leading delegation of the university had been present.

Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A research seminar entitled “Research of Hepatitis Viruses or Black Jaundice” organized by the Academy of Sciences of Afghanistan yesterday. 
It is said that hepatitis is a contagious disease and several types of it is a matter of concern that are taking the lives of thousands of people annually. 
The disease commonly exists in poverty stricken and backward countries including Afghanistan. 
At the start of this seminar Abdul Bari Rashed chairman of the academy said that I hope that the scientists and medical specialists share their experiences and they can get the best results of this research seminar. 
Prof. Dr. Waheedullah Muhamand lecturer of Medical University read out the message public health ministry which stated that the ministry for the first time in 1385 included the vaccine against hepatitis which was used for children under one year. 
Meanwhile, the messages of Kabul Medical University, National Army Health Department, and Social Association of Physicians were read out by their representatives. 
Meanwhile some doctors read out their scientific articles on different aspects of the disease and to combat it.

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