Children of Persia assisting in construction of rural medical center in Zabol, Iran
Children of Persia is providing assistance to construct and equip a rural medical clinic. The building shall be 675 square meters and shall be designed using a modular building concept in accordance with current standards of health care facilities in IRAN. This building is located on a donated land, between the cities of Zahedan and Zabol, in the village of Roustam, at ChahRaheh Aslan, in the eastern province of Sistan & Baluchestan, IRAN. The design of this building has been completed by our volunteer Architect from National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. The plan has been approved by the Ministry of Health Services in Iran. Construction of this clinic began in June 2002.
The Zabol Medical Center, a non-profit, private center will be an inclusive medical center for children and their families. In addition, this Center will provide health educational programs and income-generation programs for women and families to better the status of their community.