A helping hand in Bangladesh

A remote village in Bangladesh is celebrating the opening of a medical centre thanks to the work of a Wirral GP.

Dr William Dunne and a Bangladeshi friend raised funds to provide the impoverished village of Teghoria in the north east of the country with a GP and a nurse.

The project, which costs £15,000 a year to run, aims to set the community back on the path to self-sufficiency. Dr Dunne (pictured inset right) provided these pictures of those he has helped. If you would like to contribute, write to Martins Lane Medical Centre, 2 Martins Lane, Wallasey, CH44 1BA.

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