Modular hospital built with Gaptek structures in South Sudan
The international NGO Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) built a modular hospital in South Sudan using Gaptek’s system.
Gaptek worked with MSF to deeply understand their needs and requirements for a modular hospital. This allowed us to provide them with a solution that complies with the NGO’s particular requirements.
The modular hospital was installed in South Sudan, among other African countries, as a solution to host professional medical assistance in remote areas where the climate conditions are extreme.
Gaptek has built MSF modular hospital solutions that are standardized, prefabricated, high-quality and adaptable to different needs and contexts around the world. With all this advantages the modular hospitals provide the best work environment for MSF and can adapt to their particular requirements.
Click on the following link to read the full article published in El Mundo, a recognized Spanish newspapers, about how MSF built a Medical center in South Sudan with Gaptek hospitals:
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