Helamnd Public health authorities says in remote areas will provide health facilities to the civilians.
70 men and women graduated from nursing and midwives in Lashkar Gah, among them 40 are the females.
Dr. Mauladad Tobagar the public health director of Helmand province, says new graduates will be employed in the districts.
Dr. Tobagar say, in the districts need for more healthcare workers.
Head of the Health Sciences Institute Dr. Raz Muhammad Said, says that nurses and midwives are needed in the community, and they also try to add other departments to this institute.
Helmand Governor Hayatullah Hayat said that they are supporting health officials and trying to provide health facilities to the civilians in all remote areas of Helmand Province.
Hayat said the strengthening of health services and the midwifery will also reduce the rate of mother and child mortality.
The graduate midwives and the nurses also promised the true service, and expressed the willingness to serve the people in the districts.