Friends offer children help
Japanese Ambassador donates medical equipment to children’s centre in Mozyr District
New equipment already installed and functioning
The money has been used to purchase balneological baths, as well as baths used for underwater and dry massage, Ormed Professional electronic installation, Niko inhalation installation, and a Reeboks device. Installation is complete, and operational, helping young patients undergoing rehabilitation. According to the director of the Sidelniki Centre, Natalia Katrunova, the equipment has helped greatly expand its range of treatments.
The Japanese Ambassador noted his country’s contribution to improving the health of children from Chernobyl affected territories, recalling that over 30 projects have been carried out with Japanese funding since 2004, in Belarus.
The Sidelniki Centre opened in 1996 and annually accommodates more than 5,000 school-age children from the Gomel Region.
By Valery Sidorov