No ads found for this position
Ambulance Donated

Afghanistan receives 125 new ambulances

The ambulances, worth 6,051,000 U.S. dollars, have been handed over to the Ministry of Public Health to improve public health services in the capital and provinces of the country.

No ads found for this position

KABUL: Afghanistan’s Ministry of Public Health received 125 of 180 ambulances contracted with Uzbekistan on Wednesday, Sharafat Zaman, the ministry’s spokesman, said Thursday.

“The ambulances, worth 6,051,000 U.S. dollars, have been handed over to the Ministry of Public Health to improve public health services in the capital and provinces of the country,” Zaman told Xinhua.

The Taliban-led caretaker government has vowed to improve public services including health throughout Afghanistan, as people lack adequate health access in most parts of the war-torn country.

-Xinhua

Comments