Labomobil© Inauguration Ceremony

Labomobil Labomobil ceremony Our Labomobil© was officially welcomed to Guinea on December 11, 2012. The ceremony took place at the People’s Palace in Conakry. Prominently in attendance were the Minister of Health, the General Secretary from the Ministry of Social Services for Women and Children, a representative from the First Lady’s office, the Governor of Conakry, representatives from the civil society, the Directors of the hospitals of Kipe, Donka and Ignas Deen and the Director of the National Reference Laboratory. The team of doctors involved in the hydrocephalus project as well as AMEHG, including many mothers with their children, were also present. The Minister of Health addressed the attendants and thanked AFG for all our work to help improve the health of the population. We cannot wait to get the Labomobil© out into rural areas to gather the information we’ll need to better take care of our Guinean friends!

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