“It’s an infrastructure that had been recently rehabilitated and equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, it’s completely destroyed. It’s a crime,” declared Armindo Tiago, speaking during a visit to assess the damage caused by the terrorist action in Palma, cited by Televisão de Moçambique.In total, according to the Mozambican minister, the Ministry of Health needs two million dollars for the reconstruction of two new wards.Although the operating room has been spared, part of the external care, including the maternity hospital, was vandalized, and the schedule for the rehabilitation of the infrastructure is being drawn up.”It had all the equipment and everything is burned out today. It is a total desolation”, declared the Mozambican minister. The minister added that the Mozambican executive is looking for ways to transform the Palma Health Center into a district hospital. In addition to Palma, according to Armindo Tiago, the Mozambican executive icano will rehabilitate health units in the districts of Macomia and Mocímboa, points also affected by armed violence in Cabo Delgado. .The district hosts the natural gas exploration project led by Total, the largest private investment in Africa (in the order of 20 billion euros), meanwhile suspended due to insecurity in the region.
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