Field Tent

By: Msf Warehouse  09-12-2011

These 6x6.8 metre dispensary tents are where people receive life-saving treatment every day.

These tents are made with aluminum frames, are waterproof, rot-proof and made of wind-resistant canvas. Frequently transported in helicopters and planes, they are lightweight and can be packed easily. A team of six can assemble a tent in minutes.  

MSF projects in remote areas are often identifiable by a collection of these field tents. They’re the 'nerve centres' of the medical work and are often used like wards with different tents for surgery, maternity or child malnutrition programs. Each tent can accommodate up to ten hospital beds.  

Purchase dispensary tents now and know you’re providing emergency facilities for medical treatment.

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