Trinco tsunami hit hospitals get medical equipments

[TamilNet, Friday, 04 February 2005, 11:22 GMT]
Franco-Sri Lanka Business Council in Colombo has donated a consignment of medical equipments to North East Provincial Health Department to strengthen its medical services in tsunami-hit areas such as Sampoor, and Eachchilampathu in Trincomalee district and Vakarai in the Batticaloa district, sources said.

Medical equipments donated by Franco-Sri Lanka Business Council
Mr.Wickremanayagam hands over medical equipments to Dr.Gnanagunalan of provincial ministry of heath

The medial equipments in 180 cardboard boxes were handed over to the provincial health authorities through the Chamber of Commerce of Trincomalee District (COCO-T). The items included Forehead Thermometers, Sticking Plasters, Gloves, Medical Boxes and Hand Wipers, sources said.

Mr.P.Wickramanayagam, Vice Chairman of COCO-T handed over the consignment to Dr.E.G.Gnanagunalan, Maternity and Child Health Medical Officer of the provincial department of health at an event held in the provincial health ministry, sources said.

Mr.R.Rajarammohan, General Secretary, COCO-T, Mr.Geetha Fontgalland, Chief Executive Officer of COCO-T and Ms Panchalingam Gayathrie, Information Officer participated in the event, sources said.

 

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