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New health facility to open up in Badakhshan

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New health facility to open up in Badakhshan

A 76-bed hospital is going to be built in Faizabad city of northeastern Badakhshan province with funds from the German government.

The two-story building will be equipped with modern facilities including gas, heater and air conditioned system.

Provincial Public Health Director Dr. Noor Mohammad Khawari told Pajhwok Afghan News (PAN) that the new facility would help address healthcare issues of the resident who would no longer need to transfer their patients to capital Kabul.

He added that 200-bed hospital also funded by Germany was soon going to inaugurate. The hospital consists of gynecology unit, surgery, tuberculoses, ear and eye departments.

According to the source, the number of mothers and child lost had now declined to 237 with the establishment of clinics and promotion of awareness among residents.

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