|A Good Samaritan in Chad|
|Objectives and results|
- Sick persons who could now benefit from the health-care assistance provided by the hospital and outpatients’ clinic services: 90,000 people/year, it means 20% of the population of the sanitary district (about 450,000 people)
- People who shall be hospitalized c/o the new hospital (an average of 8,000 per year)
- Pregnant women and their newborns living in the surroundings of the capital
- People who shall benefit from the radiology and laboratory diagnostics (an average of at least 12,000 per year);
- Students of the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the ATCP that shall benefit from the practical training of the hospital (40 medical students and 60 nurse students)
The population living in the capital and in the Sanitary District of South N’Djamena who could benefit from the treatments and the daily actions of preventive health-care - promoted by the General Hospital - for a total of over 400,000 people.