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Imaret offers medical treatment to Rohingya refugees in Perlis

Imaret offers medical treatment to Rohingya refugees in Perlis

KUALA LUMPUR, March 5:  The Islamic Medical Association of Malaysia Response and Relief Team (Imaret) has dispatched a team of medical volunteers to the Home Ministry’s complex in Kangar to provide medical treatment to Rohingya refugees today.

Imaret coordinating chief, Dr Ahmad Munawwar Helmi Salim, said the team from Penang and Perak headed by Dr Ahmad Zaimi Abdul Latif, arrived at the complex at about 10.30am before starting treatment sessions for the refugees who were found on the Perlis coast last Friday.

He was also accompanied by Imaret executive council member Dr S. Jayaseelan, Emergency Medical Specialist Dr Sumaiyah Syed Ibrahim, Pharmacy Officer Zakuan Kamil Khazali and a Rohingya interpreter.


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