The Diplomatic Society

 
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

Saving Mothers Saving Babies - Anatoli


In the spirit of Anatoli – Ubuntu in Turkey (Anatolia) Ambassador Kaan Esener of Turkey to South Africa donated two obstetric ambulances on behalf of the people of Turkey to the people of South Africa. They were handed to the health departments of Limpopo and Gauteng respectively as an initiative in line with the Millennium Development (MDG) goals as set out by the United Nations (UN). The goals include the reduction of infant mortality and the improvement of maternal health.

DSC_0231
DSC_0233
DSC_0240
DSC_0245
DSC_0261
DSC_0265
DSC_0266
DSC_0270
DSC_0272
DSC_0273
DSC_0280
DSC_0311
DSC_0320
DSC_0362
DSC_0369
DSC_0372
DSC_0387
DSC_0395
DSC_0414
DSC_0424
DSC_0433
DSC_0436
DSC_0451
01/23 
start stop bwd fwd

This state of the art obstetric ambulance is equipped with a baby delivery kit, monitors that provide vital statistics and stabilization and resuscitation equipment.  A highly trained and experienced paramedic team of two and a professional driver will be able to provide the utmost care for mother and baby when the need arises.

The presentation which took place at Temba Clinic in Hammanskraal, Pretoria was attended by officials including the Deputy Minister of Health for South Africa, Dr. Joe Phaala. He thanked the people of Turkey for this gesture of friendship saying that it is greatly appreciated as not only will it help South Africans reach these MDG’s but shows unwavering support for a transforming healthcare service which aims to provide universal healthcare for all its people.

Turkey has official representation in 35 African countries. This is a strong indication of the commitment and confidence Turkey places in Africa.
 
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
_________________________________________________

February/March 2020

 
 
.
_________________________________________________

Translater


 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

  
 
 
 
 

 
 
                                                     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

<|> <|> Indonesian Tourism responds to Millennials and wins Award 8 October 2019 "The challenge to the tourism world is not getting easier. It is not only the global economic slowdown, but also a change in... <|> A MEMORIAL, CORONATION, ENGAGEMENT AND A WEDDING: A ROYAL AFFAIR by Stella Sigcau 15 October 2019 September and October months were very busy in the royal calendars throughout South Africa... <|> Culture and Heritage Tourism Boost the Economy of the Mpondo Kingdom Mbotyi and Mngazi 15 October 2019 By Stella Sigcau Mpondo Kingdom is known for its cultural richness, beautiful... <|> SADC enhances cooperation with Indonesia 15 October 2019 ”Indonesia is ready to be part of the African development, especially in the southern African region” Photo: Ambassador of the Republic... <|> A rising star ready to make it internationally by Stella Sigcau 16 October 2019 Azemahle Lwanda Matebese a 13 year old, grade 8 scholar from Durban Girls High School has had a passion for dancing... <|> Korea calls for ease of doing business in SA 2 October 2019 This year marks Korea’s 4,352nd anniversary since its national foundation, and the 71st anniversary of its Armed Forces Day. In South... <|> Russia-Africa look to deepen scientific ties 14 October 2019 With a week to go until the first ever Russia-Africa Summit, Russia has emphasised the need to expand and deepen scientific ties between... <|> SA, Nigeria commit to condusive business environment 4 October 2019 The governments of South Africa and Nigeria have committed to creating a conducive business environment that will make it easier... <|>
© copyright 2011-2017| The Diplomatic Society| All Rights Reserved.