11 September 2015

Health Center built by TIKA heals 34 thousand people in a year

A health center built in village Mostre, Visoko, Bosnia Herzegovina by Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) has served 34 thousand people within a short time. 

At the first stage; it was aimed that the health center built in village Mostre upon request of Visoko Municipality, 25 km from Sarajevo, would serve 15 thousand people. The health center, including a dentistry clinic, a pharmacy and 15 service rooms, started to serve 34 thousand people with great interest from neighbor villages within a short time.
Mayor of Visoko Ms. Amra Babic states that the health center has changed the region; the population of the village has been increasing rapidly; and roads which are used to get access to the village have repaired thanks to the health center.


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