Thursday, July 19, 2012

postheadericon Basic Health Unit in Shamshatu Receives Medical Equipment

We are pleased to report that the Abaseen Foundation, which oversees the administration of the Basic Health Unit in Shamshatu, 25 kilometers southeast of Peshawar, the capital of Pakistan's North-West Frontier Province, has received funds to purchase medical equipment for the health unit. Report here.


Anonymous said...

This is truly good news for the basic health unit in Shamshatu. It is also very generous for the donor of the money to purchase the medical equipment. You know it’s of their goodwill since they didn’t want to be known by the public. The people will definitely benefit from these medical machines.

Marc from Medical Equipment Suppliers

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