Bishkek, Jan. 30, 2018 / Kabar /. 9 medical institutions in Kyrgyzstan will receive high-quality medical products for blood sampling, the Public Relations Manager of the branch of the Charitable Healthcare Project HOPE People for People in the Kyrgyz Republic, Gulmira Sydykova told.
Sydykova said that medical facilities in Bishkek, Osh, Chui oblasts and the Educational and Methodological Center (EMC) of the Kyrgyz State Medical Institute for Retraining and Advanced Studies (KSMIRAS) receive humanitarian aid for a total of 2 mln 754 thousand 722 soms through the American Charitable Organization Project HOPE.
The event is organized within the framework of the project of public-private partnership SAPAT of the Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic, CDC (Center for Disease Control), BectonDickinson/Project HOPE to enhance the safety of patients and health workers through proper practice of medical procedures. To date, four health facilities have received the assistance.
Humanitarian assistance includes high-quality medical supplies (consumables) for the collection of blood samples donated by the world-famous Pharmaceutical Company BectonDickinson.
"Thanks to these high-quality medical materials, the quality of samples and the reliability of obtaining test results for patients will be improved. This will significantly reduce the risk of medical personnel and patients' damage from the needle, protecting nurses and patients from contact with blood. Medical nurses and doctors will be able to receive training in safe practice and blood sampling techniques on the basis of the EMC at the KSMIRAS”, Sydykova said.
Humanitarian aid will be distributed in accordance with the plan agreed with the Kyrgyz Ministry of Health.
In the framework of the humanitarian assistance program, the HOPE project delivered medical supplies to the Kyrgyz Republic in the amount of more than $ 81 mln 99 thousand 630 USD since Jan. 2011.