DRC Donates Eight Laptops for the Canton Sarajevo Health Center
Health workers’ commitment, empathy, and dedication have only one goal: to provide equal and high-quality assistance to all people who need it, whether it’s the local population or people on the move
The Danish Refugee Council is continuing to strengthen the health system’s capacity to improve the quality of services provided to both people on the move and local citizens, thanks to funding from the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation. Today, DRC delivered eight laptops to the Health Center of Canton Sarajevo.
“We have all become richer as professionals and as people working with people of all ages on the move. It is critical to emphasize that our colleagues are motivated to work with empathy for migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers and their problems and needs. Thanks to the excellent cooperation with the Danish Refugee Council and various donations, we have improved the quality of services in our health institution,” emphasized Dr. Abel Baltić, director of the Health Center of Canton Sarajevo.
Health workers’ commitment, empathy, and dedication have only one goal: to provide equal and high-quality assistance to all people who need it, whether it’s the local population or people on the move.
“Our cooperation in previous years has been more than efficient, and we are grateful to the health workers who provide medical care to people on the move, in the infirmaries established with reception centers, but also in the health institution when necessary. Medical professionals are dedicated and do their job with a high professional standard despite all their challenges. We will continue to support the work of health institutions throughout BiH by providing medical equipment and devices or renovating needed departments,” says Samir Ahmetović, Health Team Leader.
The new project, Support to Health Transition, started with the implementation in August 2022 with the assessment of the needs of health institutions in Una-Sana and Sarajevo cantons, while the delivery of the equipment began in March 2023.