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Des membres du RUF seront formés au bénévolat en matière de santé

L'UNICEF et le ministère de la santé sont convenus de former quelques membres du Front révolutionnaire uni (RUF) comme bénévoles communautaires en matière de santé, de motivation et pour d'autres tâches, a rapporté OCHA dans son bulletin sur la situation humanitaire couvrant la période du 11 juillet au 8 août.

Les membres du RUF qui seront formés, avaient été des travailleurs de la santé au sein de leur organisation durant la guerre dans le district de Kailahun. OCHA a indiqué que l'UNICEF envisageait aussi un soutien à l'Equipe de gestion de la santé dans le district, qui ouvrira une clinique une clinique à Kailahun, dans l'est du pays. L'UNICEF a aussi consenti à fournir un fonctionnaire de la santé et à l'hôpital de Segbwema administré par le Comité international de la Croix Rouge (CICR).


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