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130 million som allocated for hemodialysis services in Kyrgyzstan.

130 million som allocated for hemodialysis services in Kyrgyzstan AKIPRESS.COM - The government of Kyrgyzstan allocated 130 million som to the Ministry of Health for providing hemodialysis services as part of the public private partnership project.

The resolution was signed by Prime Minister Muhamedkaliy Abilgaziyev on September 5. According to the document, the money is allocated for implementation of public private partnership project on organization of hemodialysis services in Bishkek, Osh and Jalal-Abad cities and improving access and quality of hemodialysis services for people with chronic kidney diseases.

The Ministry of Health is ordered to provide a proper use of the funds.

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Publication:Central Asian News Service
Geographic Code:9KYRG
Date:Sep 11, 2019
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