Tripoli Hospitals Committee send medicines to Sabratha Educational Hospital
The Tripoli Hospitals Committee, responsible for resolving crises, has sent a cargo of medications to Sabratha Educational Hospital to help confront the crippling lack the city health care system is suffering from.
The Libyan News Agency (LANA) reported that the cargo mainly includes medical equipment, injections, and laboratory chemicals all aim to help provide decent care for the residents.
This cargo is one in a series as the Committee had earlier a nt cargoes to Zliten, Houn, and Al-Garabolli hospitals, let alone different hospitals in Tripoli.
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