MSF hospital damaged in an attack in Mokha
A hospital run by Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders in Mocha , in the South-West of Yemen, was partially destroyed on Wednesday 6 November evening, when an aerial attack hit the surrounding buildings, including a military warehouse.
MSF opened the Mocha hospital in August 2018 to provide emergency surgical care for patients suffering from conflict-related injuries, as well as treatment of other surgical emergencies such as caesarean sections for complicated deliveries.
The 35-bed hospital is the only free of charge, civilian hospital providing this kind of services in Mokha area.
Since the beginning of the year, a total of 1,787 patients were admitted. 2,476 surgical procedures were performed in the hospital which includes 201 cesarean sections.
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