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By Ashraff A. Samad

Deputy Minister of Health Faizal Cassim and Minister of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine Dr. Rajitha Senaratne visited Ninthavur (3 Sunday) and vested several development programs in the Ampara District. 

Deputy Minister Faizal Cassim has taken a step to the development of the health sector in the Ampara District Hospital; and for the first time a Government Osusala branch was opened at Ninthavur in the Ampara coastal area. Minister Dr. Senaratne laid the foundation for the Ayuverdic and Indigenous Research Centre and Base Hospital new building at Ninthavur. 

Eastern Province Minister of Health A.L.M. Nazeer, Provincial Council Members of East Arif Samsudeen and A.L. Jawath also participated at these events. 

 


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