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Group offers free medical services

Dawn Gibson
Friday, March 28, 2014

WITH the ultimate goal of providing education and health-based necessities to the people of Fiji, Yaadein Vision Australia has again strived to provide the country with much-needed assistance in its health sector.

Just last week, the organisation — based in five countries around the world — brought in 11 medical professionals from Australia to provide free services to the country during their visit.

The 11-person entourage included a doctor, four nurses and a dietitian — all trained and working professionals to help the country with any urgent medical needs before they return next week.








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