The Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has provided medical equipment for the department of premature births at Al Razi Hospital in Jenin, West Bank, in support of the health sector of Palestine.
According to QRCS's statement, the gesture is estimated to help 10,800 beneficiaries - 1,800 direct and 9,000 indirect.
In co-operation between QRCS's mission in the West Bank and the Al Razi Hospital management, a ventilator was supplied to serve newborn, premature, and in vitro fertilization (IVF) babies.
The purpose of this project is to reduce the mortality rate among newborn infants, minimise the risk of travel for pregnant women who experience early delivery, and develop the capacity and effectiveness of the department of premature birth intensive and critical care.
QRCS's mission and the Al Razi Hospital worked together to prepare the documentation, set the schedule, determine the specifications, announce a tender, examine the received bids, and award the contract.
It was a strict requirement that the procured equipment must be of high-quality and meet the standards of the Palestine's Ministry of Health (MOH).
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