We renovated 30 medical centres and equipped them with solar panels for electricity and wells for drinking water. Over the course of the project, we administered around 439,132 vaccines against the most common diseases. We held 870 training sessions and trained 712 persone, including 470 doctors, 57 centre managers, 25 trainers and 160 maternity workers. We also launched an information campaign on preventing communicable diseases in children and the importance of vaccinations, paying visits to the local authorities, doing surveys of people in local areas to find out what they knew and holding monthly classes. In late 2012 we were covering more than 84% of the area, reaching 983 villages out of a total of 1,166.
We improved medical assistance, made medical centres in suburbs more efficient and strengthened basic medical services. For example, we optimised treatment, immunisation, preventive medicine and pre- and post-natal consultation. We also improved the skills of local medical workers and educated the people at large on preventing communicable diseases.