Cuban doctors reduce infant mortality in Angola
After two weeks of their arrival to Angola, Cuban physicians have reduced a half daily deaths of children in the David Bernardino Hospital, Health provincial director Vita Vemba said Monday.
The Cuban physicians' work have also decreased crowds of patients in the capital's main health centers and improved primary care in outlying municipalities of Cacuaco, Sambizanga, Viana, Samba, Kilambi Kilaxi and Cazenga.
The group of the island's physicians, who arrived in this capital on July 5, is part of the special accord signed by the government of Luanda province and Havana.
Source: Prensa Latina