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Japan donates 6 ambulances to Kandahar provincial public health department

KANDAHAR: Japan has donated six ambulances worth 450,000 U.S. dollars to the Public Health Department of the country’s southern province of Kandahar, the provincial public health department said in a statement the other day. Director of the provincial public health department Mullah Adam Akhund said Japan provided the ambulances in cooperation with the United Nations Offices for Project Services (UNOPS), the statement said. Mullah Akhund said the ambulances would be used to evacuate injured and sick people during emergency incidents to hospitals. “Each of the new ambulances is worth 75,000 U.S. dollars it would help us a lot in reaching emergency incidents in a timely and efficient manner,” the statement quoted Mullah Akhund as saying. According to him, these ambulances have an electric machine, an oxygen tank, a cardiac arrest machine, three types of patient transport and other necessary equipment. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.