Monday, 11 August 2014

Indian medics offer free surgery operation in Rwanda

KIGALI, August.9 (TOA) -- A team of 17 doctors from India  is offering free medical treatment to residents of several informal settlements in the Rwandan capital Kigali city and its outsktirs where by 300 people are expected to benefit from free healthcare during a 10-day medical exercise,  official sources revealed Saturday here.

"A team of 17 Indian surgeons and doctors are in the country for an intensive 10-days free medical treatment programme for Rwanda," the head of surgery department at University teaching hospital in Kigali Savio Dominique Mugenzi told the Times  of Africa (TOA) in an exclusive telephone interview.

The Rwanda's ministry of Health said that the medics who are in the country under the auspices of the Rotary Club Rwanda,  have started on Saturday to diagnose suffering mainly from  urology, ophthalmology, orthopedic, plastic, dental, maxillofacial, gynecology and other general surgeries. Read More....


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