New equipment provided to National Maternal and Children’s Health Center


The delivery ward of the National Maternal and Children’s Health Center (NMCHC) has been furnished with advanced equipment with funding from JCI Mongolia.
The delivery ward has 75 beds for healthy infants and 17 beds for infants in need of emergency treatment. JCI Mongolia started “Save Life” campaign and raised money to furnish the ward to meet international standards. With the new equipment, the NMCHC is now capable of serving 70 to 80 infants a day.
“We regularly deal with infants born with poor health, so it requires us to be highly responsible and give good quality service. We are now one step closer to achieving one of the Sustainable Development Goals, to decrease infant mortality,” said Sh.Enkhtur, the director of NMCHC.

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