Robson launches mobile health clinic for Samoa
19 April 2001 Media Advisory
Robson launches mobile health
clinic for Samoa
Hon Matt Robson will launch a new
mobile health clinic being sent to Samoa as part of the New
Zealand Official Development Assistance programme.
clinic is a purpose built colourful bus destined for Samoa's
Department of Health.
The bus and the aid commitment is
focussed on children, and is a partnership with the Samoan
Government to improve health service delivery.
is in its third year of operation and had an annual budget
What: Launch of (very colourful) Mobile
Health Clinic Bus for Samoa.
Where: South Seas Health
Care Clinic, Otara Shopping Centre,
When: Friday 20 April 2001
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