Sudan Sends Doctors, Relief Supplies To Mozambique

Report
from Pan African News Agency
Published on 23 Mar 2000
KHARTOUM, Sudan (PANA) - Sudan Thursday sent a team of doctors as well as a shipment of 37 tonnes of relief supplies to flood devastated Mozambique.
The doctors and the cargo accompanied by the country's minister of social welfare, Shul Bol, left for Maputo aboard a Sudanair plane.

The shipment includes drugs, medical equipment, foodstuffs, clothes and blankets, according to the information bureau of the state in Khartoum.

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