Turkish doctors to provide free health screening to 10,000 Malians

In 2008, doctors from ANATIPDER provided free health screening to 7,000 people in Guinea.

Turkish doctors to provide free health screening to 10,000 Malians

27 Turkish doctors, all members of the Anatolia Medical Doctors Association (ANATIPDER) headquartered in central Anatolian province of Corum, are on their way to the west African country of Mali to provide free health screening to 10,000 Malians.

The screening will take place in Mali with the contributions of the Turkish International Cooperation Agency (TIKA).

In 2008, doctors from ANATIPDER provided free health screening to 7,000 people in Guinea.

Turkish doctors will provide three tonnes of free medicines and other medical items worth over one million USD to Malians.

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