Tag Archives | Hospitals

Bringing Second Life to Sabratha Teaching Hospital

Newly renovated Emergency Department brings second life at Sabratha Teaching Hospital Dr Bouthina Ali Elfaitouri is a surgery doctor at the Sabratha Teaching Hospital (STH). She has been working in the Emergency Department for five years. She knows from  experience how important it is to have effective medical services and how they can be crucial […]

Libya “Fails to Pay” $350m Debt to Jordanian Hospitals

By John Lee. Libya has reportedly still not paid it’s debts to Jordanian private hospitals. Ammon News quotes the President of Jordan’s Private Hospitals Association, Fawzi Hammouri, as saying: “[The Libyan government] has been delaying the payments since 2013, continuously making promises to pay but not fulfilling them.” He told The Jordan Times last year […]

WHO sends Emergency Medical Supplies to Libyan Hospitals

The World Health Organization (WHO) released 10 trucks loaded with emergency medical supplies and trauma kits to reach 10 major hospitals in different districts of Libya on March 23, providing emergency departments with desperately needed materials to treat diseases and injuries. The shipments were supported by European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO). General […]

NOC gives New Equipment to Tripoli University Hospital

NOC inaugurates cutting-edge cardiovascular device at Tripoli University Hospital The National Oil Corporation (NOC) has unveiled a next-generation medical device at Tripoli University Hospital’s (TUH) cardiovascular catheterization unit, for use in complex interventional heart procedures. The cutting-edge image-guided medical device, donated and installed by NOC in accordance with the corporation’s sustainable development framework, will enable […]

Atia Kaseh Hospital is Operative again

As part of the European Union (EU) funded ‘Strengthening Local Capacities for Resilience and Recovery ‘project, the Ministry of Local Governance (MoLG) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) handed over to alKufra Municipality the fully renovated Atia Kaseh General Hospital. The medical center was damaged by the various conflicts that the city witnessed in […]

Training of Trainers Workshop for Capacity Building

Training of Trainers Workshop for Capacity Building on Hinari Access to Research for Health Programme On 19 February 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) with financial support from the European Union started five day capacity building on HINARI Access to Research for Health Programme: Training Workshop, “Training of Trainers” for 26 participants representing 13 hospitals. […]

WHO delivers a Medical Equipment to South of Libya

The World Health Organization (WHO) country office in Libya recently delivered two mechanical ventilation units with all the accessories to Tragen Hospital in the South of Libya, which is among the most vulnerable and underserved areas in Libya. These mechanical ventilation units are used to save lives by assisting or replacing spontaneous breathing in Intensive […]