Dar es Salaam (IP) - Khoja Shia Religious Institute in Dar es Salaam, the capital of Tanzania, provided three-day health and medical services to Muslims and people in need.

Iran PressAfrica: Khoja Shia Religious Institute in Dar es Salaam, with the cooperation of other public organizations, provided free medical services by setting up tents from September 14 to 16, according to Iran Press reporter in Dar es Salaam.

Medical advice, checking blood sugar, blood pressure control, and eye examination were part of the free health and medical services for people living in the capital of Tanzania.

Various free specialized tests were also conducted with the aim of ensuring the health of people.

The move was implemented on the occasion of the last week of the month of Safar and the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hassan. The people welcomed the provided free medical services.


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