A first-aid post was built in Aghdam with the support of USAİD
With the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), a new medical centre was built and commissioned in the Saryjaly village of the Aghdam region (351 km west of Baku), according to Azerbaijan in Focus, reporting Turan News.
The new first-aid post will improve access to medical services for about 1,900 residents of the village, the message of the USAID office in Azerbaijan. Unlike the old one-room first-aid post, the new three-room facility will provide better services to 416 families.
So far, 173 community-based projects have been implemented under the SEDA (Social and Economic Development Activities) program, which can benefit up to 400,000 people.