In order to further improve the level and quality of medical care for the population, on May 7, mobile medical clinics were delivered to the Kulob zone of the Khatlon region.
The handing over ceremony was attended by the Deputy Prime Minister of Tajikistan Matlubakhon Sattoriyon, Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Tajikistan Waleed bin Abdurakhmon al-Reshaidon, Minister of Health and Social Protection of the Population Jamoliddin Abdullozoda, Chairman of Kulob Bakhtiyor Nazarzoda, representative of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid & Relief Centre, as well as residents of Kulob.
The participants expressed their satisfaction with the mutually beneficial cooperation of Tajikistan with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, noting that the provision and availability of mobile medical clinics will make a significant contribution to the further improvement of medical care for the population of Kulob.
Then the guests visited mobile clinics, consisting of the necessary rooms, including ophthalmological, cardiological, obstetric, diagnostic studies, computed tomography, mammography, laboratory, digital x-ray, postoperative endoscopy, surgery, doctors’ workplace, canteen and other utility rooms.
In continuation, the guests visited the Mausoleum of Mir Said Ali Hamadoni, where they got acquainted with the corner of historical exhibits and handicrafts.
It should be noted that on October 27, 2014, an agreement was signed between Tajikistan and the Islamic Development Bank on the implementation of gratuitous financing for the purchase and operation of mobile clinics in rural areas. This assistance was provided by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid & Relief Centre through the Islamic Development Bank.