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Início: January 2013
End: December 2018
Cost: 121,577€, co-financed by AMI in 60,000€
Beneficiaries: Directly benefits 10,389 patients of the Dono Manga Hospital and, indirectly, about 114,319 inhabitants of the Dono Manga sanitary district.
To contribute to the improvement of the health of the population of the Dono Manga Sanitary District and to ensure the supply and organization of the Hospital’s pharmacies
Chad ranks 185th out of a total of 188 countries on the 2015 Human Development Index (HDI). A large part of the population still faces severe deprivation and most of the Millennium Development Goals have not been met.
The first AMI intervention in Chad dates back to 2004 through support for Sudanese refugees from Darfur.
AMI continued its presence in southern Chad, where it continued to support the Dono Manga Hospital, run by the BELACD (Bureau d’Études de Liaison des Caritas et de Développement), which belongs to the Diocese of Lai, following a partnership started in April 2013.
Activities consist of the acquisition of medicines, the carrying out of pharmaceutical inventories, the preparation of studies of drug consumption profiles in the hospital and in health centers, as well as the holding of training days for pharmaceutical technicians.