Tripoli, State Minister for Displaced and refugees discussed with WHO deputy director humanitarian role in the internally displaced people as well as providing primary medical services to health care centers used by the displaced. The meeting held at UN Mission to Libya in Tripoli, in the presence of head of WHO Office in Libya touched on health support programs to children, women and the vulnerable groups in the light of scarcity of resources. Hellas praised role of the organization in providing mobile clinics, and medical supplies to hospitals I'm partnership with Ministry of Health, the latest of which supplies to hospitals in Benghazi. He also praised the WHO officials to Libya and support to the health system. They agreed on further coordination such as exchange of information, assessing health conditions of the displaced internally and at municipalities hosting the displaced including illegal migrants by enhancing capacities of primary health care centers and immunizing aide workers helping the migrants. They agreed the program will also include municipalities on southern Libya.
Source: Libya News Agency