Friday, May 22, 2015

Volunteer medics from UAE treating the sick, the injured and the desperate in quake-hit Nepal

KATHMANDU -- Ram Baran Yadav, President of Nepal, has commended the efforts of the UAE Voluntary Medical Team that is working in Nepal under the auspices of the "Zayed Giving Initiative".

President of Nepal was briefed on the humanitarian tasks of the hospital under the chairmanship of the Emirati Heart Surgeon, Dr. Adel Al Shamri, and Prof. Dr. Ram Makaju, Head of the University Hospital in Nepal.

The President of Nepal hailed the preparations and equipment of the Emirati-Nepali mobile field hospital in preparation for its official opening in the near future, in the presence of representatives of several international humanitarian and relief agencies and senior Nepali officials.

During his visit to the field hospital, the President of Nepal met with the Emirati-Nepali medical, administrative and technical teams and listened to a detailed explanation of missions provided by the hospital that comes as a manifestation of the strong and solid relations between the two countries.

President Yadav also praised the efforts of the Zayed Giving Initiative and the Saudi German Hospitals Group and its partners who provided logistical support for the establishment of the UAE mobile field hospital.

He also expressed his thanks and appreciation to the voluntary medical teams of both countries who, he said, provided a role model for joint action to alleviate the humanitarian suffering of those injured by the devastating earthquakes that hit Nepal. -end-

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