Qatar Charity (QC) equipped a complete dental unit in Teknaf Upazila Health Complex in Cox’s Bazar district in Bangladesh that will benefit 10,000 vulnerable people, including Rohingya refugees.
The unit has been equipped with a dental chair, stool, lighting, hydric box, aspiration, cuspidor, and other elements.
At the recent inauguration of the dental unit, Saidur Rahman, additional secretary of health and family welfare ministry said:" Vulnerable people will get more benefits from this dental service in Teknaf Upazila Health Complex and it is a great support for the community".
He added:" Great thanks to Qatar Charity and I hope Qatar Charity will continue its operation in the health sector to fill the urgent gap with equipment and other essentials".
Dr Tito Chandra Shil, Teknaf Upazila, health & family planning officer said:" As the health complex is located near Rohingya camps, referred refugee patients will get the advantage through the dental unit, which has the services of paediatric dental procedures ".
The beneficiaries expressed their gratitude and happiness in getting dental treatment from the health complex.
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