By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 24 April 2015:
A large shipment of anesthetics arrived . . .[restrict]yesterday to Benghazi’s Jalaa Hospital, sent by donors in the UK.
UK-based relief organisation Lifeline Help arranged for the collection of the medications and their shipment. According to Lifeline Help’s social media page, “doctors living abroad” provided the donations. It is not known if those doctors were Libyan, but it does appear that Libyans have had some connection to the Manchester-based organisation in the past.
According to its website, Lifeline Help has provided ongoing medical relief for doctors and medical facilities in Syria.
Benghazi’s hospitals have been suffering from critical shortages of supplies and staff.