Banadir Hospital

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Coordinates: 2°2′4″N 45°17′55″E / 2.03444°N 45.29861°E / 2.03444; 45.29861

Banadir Maternity & Children hospital
Geography
Location Mogadishu, Benadir, Somalia
Organisation
Care system Public
Hospital type Specialized
Teaching
Services
Beds 700
History
Founded 1977
Links
Website http://banadirhospital.com/
Other links Teaching Hospitals

The Banadir Maternity & Children Hospital (Somali: Isbitaalka Banaadir) is a teaching hospital in the Wadajir District (Medina) of Mogadishu, Somalia. Built in 1977 as part of a Chinese development project,[1] it became the nexus of a humanitarian crisis in 2011.[2] The hospital comprises a maternity unit and a pediatric unit.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Somalia Hospital". China Central Television. 2011-08-23. Retrieved 2 November 2011. 
  2. ^ "Somalia's Agony Tests Limits of Aid". New York Times. 2011-11-01. Retrieved 2 November 2011. 

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