Purpose built indigenous health facilities open in broken hill country
With little medical staff or funding, health professiona더킹카지노ls and volunteers were sent across the country to treat and treat patients. With a team of doctors and nurses working 24 hours per day and a community of over 30,000 people, the doctors saw far more patients each day and managed hundreds of them in emergency conditions.
However, just when we we바카라사이트re getting our first glimpse of the medical community and the care they provided, the war began. The army invaded Maungdaw in May 1961 and closed the city with its population reduced to 3,000. Soon after the army drove out the communists and their followers. Maungdaw’s main hospitals closed. Local residents tried desperately to bring back health care by running private clinics and helping the medical community, but many of these were destroyed.바카라사이트 Many thousands of rural civilians who once had access to medical services were left without relief and even their families were killed or tortured.
One of the most famous stories of this war was the liberation of Maungdaw by the UN in 1971, with the support of many US and Australian governments. Since then, the town has been rebuilt.