Globoport.hu writes that the African-Hungarian Union’s special medical mission successfully arrived in the city of Blantyre. The Hungarian doctors were welcomed by their local colleagues at the airport.
After a day of relaxation, they already started their work. The 10-years-old African-Hungarian Union’s 14th medical mission to Africa took on new tasks – this time Hungarian doctors will also execute operations: primarily ear operations and other head-neck surgical interventions. There is a big need in Malawi for these kind of actions, because there is only one otorhinolaryngologist in the whole country.
The work of the doctors will be helped by the Hungarian Trade & Cultural Centre in Malawi, while Amplifon Kft. supports the mission from home trough providing hearing aids and money. The members of the mission were welcomed by the director of the HTCC house in Malawi, Csaba Szeremley, who gave them some useful advices.
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