• 12/04/2024 07:33

In Vinnytsia region, with the support of IOM, a primary care facility was updated

ByNatalia

Feb 29, 2024

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Photo In the Vinnytsia region, in the Voronivtsi territorial community, with the support of the International Organization for Migration, the premises of the primary health care center (PHC) were renovated.

This was reported by the Vinnytsia Regional State Administration, Ukrinform reports.

“As part of the project for medical support for the affected and displaced population, IOM completed repair work at the Voronovitsky Primary Health Care Center. This was done with funding from the German Federal Foreign Office,” the report says.

It is noted that during the revitalization, IOM mobile teams carried out a major overhaul of the central primary care facility – replaced the roof, floor, and repaired the ceiling on both floors and also replaced the electrical wiring. In addition, we equipped offices, inclusive toilets, a ramp and carried out a number of other works so that the institution meets all standards of accessibility and inclusivity.

Primary medicine in Vinnytsia

In the Vinnytsia region, with the support of the IOM, a primary medicine facility was updated/Photo: Vinnytsia OVA

In the Vinnytsia region with the support of the IOM updated the primary medicine institution

In the Vinnytsia region of primary medicine

In the Vinnytsia region, with the support of the IOM, they were updated institution of primary medicine

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In the Vinnytsia region of primary medicine

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Primary medicine in the Vinnytsia region

In addition to local residents, the Voronovitsky CPSP also receives internally displaced persons who have found refuge in the community and need support.

The International Organization for Migration also provided the necessary medical equipment for the hospital. This will not only improve the quality of patient care, but will also facilitate the working conditions of staff.

As reported, the International Organization for Migration in the Vinnytsia region has been implementing a project for medical support for the affected and displaced population (HEALTH) since 2022. The IOM mobile clinic carried out 221 visits to remote communities in the Vinnytsia region, as well as collective centers for displaced people, providing consultation and diagnostic medical services. evacuated from hostilities. The organization also provides medical equipment, medicines, etc. to such institutions.

Photo: Vinnytsia OVA

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