IRAQ: Inauguration of intensive care ward in public hospital in Baghdede

BAGHDEDE, Iraq – Under the patronage of the Nineveh Health Department and with the support and funding of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), a special intensive care ward and hall were established in the public hospital in Baghdede, a Chaldean-Syriac-Assyrian city in the Nineveh Plains.

The inauguration ceremony was attended by Archbishop of the Mosul Archdiocese Mar Youhanna Boutros Moshe, Commissioner of Baghdede District Issam Behnam Matti, and Director General of the Nineveh Health Department Falah al-Ta’ie. The ceremony was also attended by the several other directors of government departments and the national UNDP representative.

After the ceremonial ribbon was cut, al-Ta’ie delivered a speech expressing his pride in this achievement with its great construction and high quality medical equipment, praising at the same time the efforts exerted by those who contributed in establishing this great edifice.

Al-Ta’ie also thanked the UNDP for its projects at various levels in order to improve the health and other services for the people of Nineveh Plains.