WHO and the EU support Moldova’s healthcare system with vital equipment donation

Nine regional hospitals and a republican institution have received operating tables, devices for monitoring patients’ vital functions, surgical lamps, and emergency medical kits. The equipment was procured by the World Health Organization with the financial support of the European Union, within the “EU4Moldova: for a sustainable health system” project, of the Governments of Germany and Canada.

In addition, kits containing surgical instruments, fracture immobilization devices, etc. were delivered to eight other republican, municipal, and regional hospitals.

The donation event took place at the Soroca Regional Hospital, one of the beneficiary institutions.

According to the Ministry of Health, the devices were received by regional hospitals in Ungheni, Orhei, Hîncești, Edineț, Comrat, Căușeni, Cahul, Anenii Noi, and the republican institution – the Bălți Clinical Hospital.

Similarly, kits were received by the following republican institutions: the Traumatology and Orthopedics Clinical Hospital, the Mother and Child Institute, the Emergency Medicine Institute; municipal institutions: the “Holy Trinity” Municipal Clinical Hospital, the Children’s SCM “Valentin Ignatenco” and regional hospitals in Ștefan Vodă, Florești, and Criuleni.


The total value of the donation, consisting of 40 emergency medical kits, 30 devices for monitoring patients’ vital functions, 20 operating tables, and ten surgical lamps, is 11.5 million lei.

The project is a testament to the commitment of the World Health Organization, the European Union, and the Governments of Germany and Canada toward supporting Moldova’s efforts to build a sustainable health system.

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