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GE Blog 3: Training on the New Equipment

With help from GE and the GE Foundation, International Medical Corps has received critical medical equipment for use in its humanitarian relief efforts in Chad.

Teams from International Medical Corps have successfully delivered the equipment to three targeted hospitals, providing care to nearly 200,000 people including 30,000 refugees from Darfur.

To help staff utilize this equipment, its teams held an orientation and training at Abeche Hospital. Dayan Woldemichael, Country Director for International Medical Corps in Chad, explains



 

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