WHO Meets With Aleppo Governor to Discuss Joint Medical Cooperation

Governor hails the organization's attempts to support the health sector in Aleppo with medicines, vaccines, medical supplies and electric generators

Aleppo Governor Hussein Diab discussed with the Syrian representative of the World Health Organization Elizabeth Hoff ways to improve the medical services provided to the citizens in Aleppo province.

The governor hailed the WHO’s efforts in supporting the health sector in Aleppo with medicines, vaccines, medical supplies and electric generators, highlighting the province’s need for more ambulances and certain pharmaceuticals.

Diab affirmed the Aleppo governorate’s keenness to secure all the needs of medical institutions in the framework of caring for locals’ health and safety.

In turn, Hoff said that her visit to Aleppo was aimed at following up on the health situation in the province to increase cooperation and coordination, provide the required support and meet the essential needs. She also thanked Aleppo’s governorate for all the facilitations and support it has given the WHO staff.

This article was edited by The Syrian Observer. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.

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