Commission provides medical services to North Korea:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The European Commission is to provide medical supplies to some 1,800 health facilities in North Korea and financial support to enable 3,200 people with mobility impairments to receive orthopaedic devices and physiotherapy. This is part of a Commission humanitarian aid decision worth E4.175m ($4.092m) to support health and nutrition services in North Korea. The country has suffered an economic crisis that has led to a serious deterioration in its health services, and the main objective of the aid is to provide basic services to the most vulnerable sections of the population. The money will also be used for improvements to the blood transfusion service.
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