Peace in Colombia boosts health service availability

The peace deal with leftist FARC rebels in Colombia is facilitating the delivery of medical services to areas that were previously hard to reach.

    Some remote regions in Colombia are finally receiving healthcare.

    The peace deal with leftist FARC rebels is facilitating the delivery of medical services to areas that were previously hard to reach.

    We travelled with a group of doctors who have enlisted in the Marines reserves, to see progress.

    Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports from the Choco region of Colombia.


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