Govt to provide modern health facilities to masses in Balochistan

Balochistan government is endeavoring to provide modern and basic health facilities to the poor masses in all remote areas of the province without any discrimination.

Provincial Health Department officials told Radio Pakistan Quetta correspondent that for this purpose, 19.4 billion rupees have been allocated in the budget of the fiscal year 201819.

They said that free medicines against Hepatitis, Tuberculosis, Malaria and Aids worth two billion rupees would be distributed among deserving patients across the province.

They further said that sophisticated machinery worth seven hundred million rupees would be purchased for different hospitals and health units in the province while buildings of nearly ninety Rural Health Centers would be renovated and reconstructed in different areas of Balochistan during the current fiscal year.

Source: Radio Pakistan

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