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March 14, 2018

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Free medical camp held in Bara

Our correspondent

BARA: Fata Directorate of Health Services organised a free-medical camp in Bara tehsil of Khyber Agency.

Around 1000 patients, including women, men and children were examined by male and female doctors in Qambarabad area in Shalobar tribe.

Free medicines were also provided to the patients in the camp. The local people appreciated the Fata Directorate of Health Services for providing facilities to the militancy-hit tribespeople. Talking to reporters, Agency Surgeon Dr Ayub Khan Afridi said that the Bara sub-division health facilities had been destroyed in prolonged militancy, adding the government top priority was to ensure these facilities to the people.

He said the Directorate of Health Services Fata would organise more free medical camps in every tribe in Bara tehsil respectively. “We will arrange programme to train 40 males and 30 females in different basic health units (BHU) in Bara,” he said, adding about 200 men and 200 women would be trained in awareness and given kits.

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