If you can’t go to the hospital, the hospital will come to you. Since 1991, the Lifeline Express has been up and running, crisscrossing India from side to side. A true traveling hospital, the so-called “magic” convoy has a special feature: it’s equipped with state-of-the-art medical equipment and offers free medical care to those who wouldn’t otherwise have access to it due to of their geographical isolation and their lack of resources.
India: The Lifeline Express, a train-hospital that’s saving lives
Domitille Farret d'Astiès - published on 03/25/19
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