Phosboucraa offers medical assistance to sub-Saharan migrants
The prevention measures of OCP Group to stop the COVID-19 pandemic continue in the regions of South Morocco. Indeed, volunteers, including a medical team, from the Phosboucraa site have led a multidisciplinary medical campaign for the benefit of sub-Saharan migrants placed in quarantine in the city of Laâyoune.
The operation took place in the Al Qods Youth Center and attracted a large number of beneficiaries.
This initiative adds up to the already launched actions by Phosboucraa including the medical mobilization in the fight against COVID-19. During this month of May, volunteers from the subsidiary equipped hospitals of the region with facial protection equipment and Y connectors to double the capacity of respiratory resuscitation material.
Even before that, in March, Laâyoune’s Act4Community teams delivered to the Moulay Hassan Ben Mehdi Hospital in Laâyoune two confinement healthcare rooms, protection equipment for the medical and paramedical staff as well as a batch of emergency and reanimation medicine.
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