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Signing of a medical examination of 700 women in the Red Sea during the mission of the Reproductive Health Convoys

Signing of a medical examination of 700 women in the Red Sea during the mission of the Reproductive Health Convoys

Reproductive health vehicles continue in the cities of Hurghada, El Kuzir and Marsa Alam in the Red Sea Governorate.

More than 700 women from the cities of Hurghada, El Kuzir and Marsa Alam have been signed in 3 days and are being treated for free by signing up for medical check-ups through standard mobile convoys reaching out to the poorest areas in the cities through medical teams.

This is Dr. Comes within the framework of the orders of Khaled Abdel Gaffar Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Maj. Gen. Amr Hanabi, interim Minister of Health and Governor of the Red Sea, is overseen by Dr. Tamar Murray, Deputy Secretary of the Ministry of Health in the Red Sea.

Director of Family Planning Dr. Marwa Hamdi said: Health of the Red SeaThe convoys continued through the cities of Hurghada, El-Guzair and Marsa Alam from Sunday, February 27 to Thursday, March 3, where 700 women were examined, and pregnancy and children followed for 3 days. Media Seminars Family planning media officials on the importance of the birth gap, in collaboration with the Directorate of Endowment, the Directorate of Solidarity and the National Council for Women.

Hamdi pointed out that the second phase in the cities of Gharib, Safka, Shaladdin and Halayeb will begin next Sunday and continue for a week with mobile and fixed convoys.

Sheikh Abdul Basit Othman, director of the Call to the Red Sea Foundation and a lecturer at the Convoy Symposium in Hurghada, said there was a collaboration between donations and health in the Family Planning File to conduct seminars on reproductive health. Governor’s women on family planning and comment on religion in this file.

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During the convoys, all tests were provided free of charge to ensure that medical service reached all people in the villages and towns of the Red Sea Governorate.

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