Ministry plans to run hospital in Sudan
İZMİR - Anatolia News AgencyThe Turkish Health Ministry is planning to build and operate a hospital in Sudan and re-open its pharmacy in Chad, said Ahmet Lütfi Akar, general manager of the Turkish Red Crescent.
“Africa is facing famine and we are extending food assistance to Africa. We will continue to help Kenya, Djibouti, Nigeria, Niger and Somalia,” he told Anatolia news agency.
Akar also said the Turkish Red Crescent had an office in Gaza and continued to help Syrian people who had crossed into Turkey.
The Red Crescent is meeting the accommodation, food and logistic needs of 9,020 Syrians who had taken shelter in Turkey, he said.