A clinic built with Gaptek structures in South Sudan
Gaptek structures were assembled in South Sudan, in a remote area under extreme climate conditions.
We would like to share with you the following article about the experience of the NGO Doctors Without Bordersusing Gaptek structures to build their clinic, which was published in the Spanish newspapers El Mundo last Friday September 21st.
Gaptek structures have been assembled in South Sudan, among other African countries, to improve the quality of infrastructure while providing medical assistance in remote areas where environmental conditions are extreme.
They are standardized, prefabricated, modular and high-quality buildings, which can be adapted to different needs and contexts around the world.