BMA Information Fund 2012 Books Donation
The BMA Information Fund allows doctors, medical students and healthcare organisations in developing countries get access to educational resources that they would never be able to afford otherwise. Books can mean the difference between life and death for people in developing countries. Tens of thousands of people die every day because their healthcare workers and loved ones lack the information to make appropriate decisions about their care, say campaigners for better health resources. The BMA Information Fund, established in 2005, provides books, DVDs, CDs and articles to healthcare-related organisations in developing countries. The BMA international department runs the fund in association with the charity Teaching Aids at Low Cost. Brighter Future Foundation has applied and been granted this BMA fund 2012 for the Institute of Medicine (1), Yangon and has sponsored the costs of books shipment to Yangon. A total of 170 up-to-date different medical specialties text books were donated and those books are now available to loan from the medical library at the Institute of Medicine (1), Yangon.
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