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“There had been shortage of medical supplies but government and non-government organizations had been a great help,” he said. However recently, a popular Italian NGO had built a new medical complex in hospital. Interestingly, the Trinco electricity board for the last one year had failed to provide electricity to this new complex.
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Special Report by Nilantha Illangamuwa and Udara Soysa from Trincomalee

(July 12, Trincomalee, Sri Lanka Guardian) The Nilaveli hospital in Trincomalee destrict is in an urgent need for skin diseases related medicine, according to medical sources from Nilaveli.

“Majority of the cases reported at Nilaveli hospital had been cases are either respiratory or skin diseases, however, there is a clear shortage of skin related medicine,” according to Dr. Krishor Kumar of Nilaveli hospital.

Dr. Krishor Kumar is a popular figure in Nilaveli hospital due to his introduction of new treatments for skin related diseases.

“There had been shortage of medical supplies but government and non-government organizations had been a great help,” he said. However recently, a popular Italian NGO had built a new medical complex in hospital. Interestingly, the Trinco electricity board for the last one year had failed to provide electricity to this new complex.

Meanwhile, Dr. Krishor Kumar of Nilaveli hospital urged Sri Lankans living inside and outside the country to donate medical supplies related to skin diseases to hospital.
- Sri Lanka Guardian

1 comment

Lankan said...

Where is the "Diaspora"?

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