WHO Distributes Medical Camp Kits In Nepal To Bolster Quake-Hit Health Care System Before Monsoon Season

U.N. News Centre: In Nepal, U.N. rushes to replace quake-damaged health care facilities ahead of monsoon
“…In a press release issued [Monday], the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed it will be distributing 50 medical camp kits, also known as MCKs, in collaboration with Nepal’s Ministry of Health and Population and the World Food Programme (WFP) as part of the U.N.’s continuing on-the-ground relief efforts aimed at patching up the country’s beleaguered health care networks…” (6/1).

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