By Adam Ali.
Benghazi, 18 July 2015:
Red Crescent teams have been braving Daesh roadblocks to deliver badly needed medication to Sirte, Hun . . .[restrict]and Benghazi.
The organisation has trucked out a wide range of medical supplies that had been landed in Tripoli and Misrata. These include insulin, antibiotics, blood pressure treatment and consumables such as syringes and gloves.
Omar Bodbos, the head of the Red Crescent’s emergency supply department said “In order to deliver aid to vrious regions of Libya, we are in contact with various parties on the ground to ensure a secure passage and the safety of our people”.
Both Benghazi Medical Centre and Jalaa Hospital have been facing acute shortage of medication. Shipment are also being sent to the Afia hospital in Hun and the Ibn Sina hospital in Sirte. [/restrict]