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Egyptian doctors visit W. Bahr el Ghazal state


May 22, 2015 (WAU) – A team of 12 Egyptian doctors are in South Sudan’s Western Bahr el Ghazal state to conduct multiple operations for a week.

The doctors, led by Dr. Hisham Labib, are in the Western Bahr el Ghazal capital, Wau to conduct operations, targeting 600 patients.

“This is a part of the cooperation between the Egypt government and the government of south Sudan in health sector,” said Labib.

“Our services are open to every citizen in the state starting from tomorrow [Saturday] up to the 28th of this month,” he added.

The North African country was one of the first nations to recognise South Sudan’s independence when it seceded from Sudan in 2011.

In February, the Egyptian government earmarked $2 billion for the construction of a multi-purpose hydro electricity power project on Jur River in Western Bahr el Ghazal.


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  • 25 May 2015 15:16, by Developer

    Very urgent, South Sudanese people must be very careful with those thieves of Egyptian Doctors. Honestly those doctors have gone to South Sudan to do business of human organs. They can act like they are helping poor innocent people but under the ground they have their dirty business of human organs. Those doctors can target human organs like kidney which is higher demand in the world. Be careful.

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