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Solemn handover of the Czech development cooperation project – mobile clinics

In the premises of the Bayangol hospital in Ulaanbaatar, Tomas Vacek, Counselor of the Czech Embassy to Mongolia together with Martin Klicnar, head of People in Need NGO’s branch to Mongolia jointly presented next mobile clinics in August 13, 2013.

In the premises of the Bayangol hospital in Ulaanbaatar, Tomas Vacek, Counselor of the Czech Embassy to Mongolia together with Martin Klicnar, head of People in Need NGO’s branch to Mongolia jointly presented next mobile clinics, two cars with various health facilities needed for a mobile clinic, in the framework of "Increasing access of health care in rural areas of Western and Southern Mongolia" project to Khuvsgul and Umnugovi provinces in the amount of 88 million MNT. Directors of the two provinces’ hospitals also participated in the event and received the clinics for the provinces Khuvsgul and Umnugovi.

The aim of the whole project is to ensure continuous year-round accessibility of quality health care for the nomadic rural population in 6 provinces (Arkhangai, Uvurkhangai, Zavkhan, Bayankhongor, Khuvsgul and Umnugovi) of Western and Southern Mongolia.

In the framework of this project, similar mobile clinics were provided for the provinces Arkhangai, Uvurkhangai, Zavkhan and Bayanchongor in the years of 2011 and 2012. These clinics serve very effectively and have already provided health care to more than 19,000 inhabitants from 30 remote sums in these provinces.

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