U.N. Agencies Deploy Medical Camp Kits To Address Nepal’s Quake-Damaged Hospitals, Health Care Infrastructure

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“This week, the World Health Organization and other partner U.N. agencies are expected to deploy the first set of medical camp kits in the districts hardest hit by Nepal’s recent earthquake. The kits comprise temporary structures that will reinstate the provision of primary health care services in areas where they are most needed, but where they are disrupted due to the limited number of currently functioning health facilities…” (Ravelo, 6/8).

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