Mongolian peacekeepers give humanitarian aid to African village
The eighth batch of Mongolian peacekeepers serving in South Sudan organized hospital-humanitarian activity themed ‘Golden Stethoscope’.
The eighth batch of Mongolian peacekeepers serving in South Sudan organized hospital-humanitarian activity themed ‘Golden Stethoscope’ in the village of Kong in South Sudan. The opening ceremony of the humanitarian activity was attended by the head of the eighth batch and Colonel Javkhlanbayar, local authorities and staff of the Kong village hospital. Expressing his gratitude to the peacekeepers and the Government of Mongolia, Head of the Kong village highlighted that the medical service being provided by the Mongolian peacekeepers is giving a new future to citizens and elders that faced hardships, especially children and women who are inaccessible to get medical service due to long distances. Doing surgeries and complete medical checkups of ENT, nervous system, digestive system, teeth as well as ultrasounds, cardiographic tests, and others, they gave advice and training to patients. With the aims of supporting the local health care service, the health institutions of the UN, Mongolia, and Vietnam jointly donated medical items, such as 27 types of medicines, injections, bandages, and medical gloves.