Abdul Quyyom Pasha, Amir Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Ivory Coast
Abdul Noor, a missionary of Ivory Coast reports that Humanity First is known worldwide for its service to humanity. One of its projects is global health under which eight hospitals or medical centres have been built in different parts of the world, including Nasir Hospital in Guatemala.
It has now started another big project of building a hospital named Masroor Centre for Healthcarein Mahdiabad located in the economic capital of Ivory Coast known as Abidjan – it will be a hospital equipped with excellent medical facilities on an area of 3000m2.
Although the implementation of the plan was started a few months ago and the land was initially fenced off, the foundation stone of this hospital was laid on 27 November 2021. A formal ceremony was held in Mahdiabad which was attended by officials of Humanity First, other officials and many locals.
Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Vaa sent Dr Shabir Ahmed Bhatti Sahib, Vice Chairman of Humanity First International as his representative for the ceremony.
The ceremony commenced with the recitation from the Holy Quran with its translation, followed by speeches of Amir Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Ivory Coast and other Humanity First officials, in which they presented a brief introduction to the new project.
For the foundation stone, the first was brought specially from Qadian, and it was laid by Dr Shabir Ahmed Bhatti Sahib, and after him 17 more persons installed bricks, including Amir Sahib Jamaat Ivory Coast, Director Fund Raising Humanity First, Chairman Humanity First Canada, Chairman Humanity First UK, CEO Healthcare Humanity First Ivory Coast, Chairman Humanity First Ivory Coast and CEO Healthcare Humanity First International.
The ceremony concluded with a silent prayer.
According to the construction plan of the hospital, completion of construction and renovation work of the building and provision of medical equipment to the hospital is planned till 2024.
This hospital will provide the facilities of gynaecology, paediatrics, nutrition, ophthalmology, GPs, cardiology, urology, dialysis centre, delivery rooms, radiology, a laboratory, two operation centres, 22 bedrooms, semi-private rooms, private rooms, a pharmacy and a cafeteria, etc.