Central Sulawesi: Six months after, the MSF health facility continues to serve the communities

29 Mar 19

Six months after the triple disaster of earthquake, tsunami, and liquefaction that hit Central Sulawesi, the temporary health facility built by MSF in the Dolo Selatan Sub-District continues to serve the affected communities. When the health centre of Baluase was heavily damaged by the disaster, it left 12 villages without access to medical care. Aside from providing medical and mobile health care services, the MSF local team, in coordination with the heads of the Baluase health centre and the Sigi District health agency, decided to construct a temporary centre with an outpatient, maternity, and emergency departments, and water and toilet facilities.

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