Dar Al Ber Society announced its success in establishing an integrated field hospital to provide relief to the affected and victims of floods and torrents in Sudan, and to treat patients and provide all that contributes to alleviating their suffering and improving their health conditions. This is under the Society's relief campaign, which it launched at the beginning of September.

Khalfan Khalifa Al Mazrouei, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dar Al-Bar, said that the field hospital initiative reflects the humanitarian policy and the firm charitable approach of the United Arab Emirates and solidarity with the flood victims, and its keenness to support and provide relief and stand with those affected in all parts of the world.

He explained that the hospital provides diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive voluntary services to thousands of sick people and those affected by the floods in the Sudanese villages through mobile field clinics equipped with the latest equipment and medical personnel to alleviate their suffering, as well as a specialized medical team that performs "virtual support". This elite team consists of volunteer doctors from the UAE who are able to virtually support them in the country via modern communication techniques.

Al Mazrouei affirmed that the association has ensured the integrated operation of the field hospital, which includes the provision of medicines, supplies and medical equipment, while the ‘Emirates Doctors’ initiative provided medical staff. The field hospital includes mobile clinics which are currently working to treat patients in a number of affected Sudanese villages, in cooperation and coordination with government agencies in the health sector in Sudan. He also stressed the importance and value of joint work between an elite team of Emirati and Sudanese doctors in treating and serving patients and those affected by the floods in Sudanese villages and helping them in their current ordeal in their homeland.

Khalfan Al Mazrouei stressed the importance of the medical, health and humanitarian role played by the Emirati Sudanese Virtual Voluntary Field Medical Response Hospital for Emergencies and Disasters in Sudan, which was sponsored by the Society as part of the urgent relief campaign, which it carried out last month in cooperation with other bodies in the UAE and charitable and health organisations and specialized bodies in Sudan.

Dar Al Ber opened the door for philanthropists and charitable people to donate and support the humanitarian field hospital, noting that donations are received through the announced channels for the Society's accounts and the website or by calling toll-free on 80079.