Deserving Patients in Dadu, Sindh Needs your Support
Transparent Hands plans to help the marginalized people of Dadu by setting up a free medical camp and a preventive healthcare session. Our medical team, which includes doctors, nurses, and pharmacists, will provide a wide range of free healthcare services to deserving patients. They will be providing the following:
- Free Consultations
- First Aid
- Hepatitis B & C Screenings
- Blood Sugar Test
- Blood Pressure Checkup
- Uric Acid Test
- Cholesterol Test
- Free Registration of Deserving Cases for Surgeries and Medical Procedures
Dadu is the 11th largest city in Sindh Province, with a population of 171,191 (2017). The district was badly affected by recent floods. Large numbers of people were diagnosed with diarrhea, skin diseases, eye infections, fever, gastroenteritis, tuberculosis, stomach pain, and vomiting. Due to unhygienic conditions, stagnant water, and a lack of quality food, tuberculosis has become worse and is spreading fast. Pregnant and lactating women are also suffering from anemia due to malnutrition and a lack of medical attention. People are not in a stable financial condition to consult doctors or purchase medicines.
Transparent Hands also plans to arrange a preventive healthcare session on tuberculosis for the residents of Dadu. We believe it’s important for people to learn about the signs, symptoms, and diagnoses of various health conditions through sessions such as these. It encourages people to adopt habits that will help them maintain their health throughout their lives. During these medical camps, our doctors and specialists will be available for free consultations, medicine, and diagnostic tests that have already been mentioned above. Patients who need surgery or other medical care will register with Transparent Hands and be sent to one of our panel hospitals. Hundreds of deserving patients are in desperate need of your help and would be very grateful for any donation you can make to this good cause. You make it possible for us to provide the best medical care to the most vulnerable members of our society.