Transparent Hands plans to organize a free medical camp in Bannu, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. In this one-day medical camp, our team of expert physicians will provide the following health facilities to deserving patients:
- Free consultation and provision of medicines
- Free treatment of medical and surgical cases
- Free Hepatitis B and C screening
- Free BSR and Blood Pressure tests
Bannu lies in the Northern region of Pakistan and has a population of approximately 7 lakh people. The historical buildings stand as relics from the history, the gates, bazars, culture, heritage and local food speak of the traditional region. Sadly the region remains largely neglected in terms of health care facilities. The pandemic has added another dimension to the pre-existing economic, social and medical health care challenges of the region. Under normal circumstances due to provision of limited health care facilities, most diseases usually go unnoticed and therefore remain untreated. Presently, saturation of patients at public hospitals is further leaving non-COVID patients devoid of basic health care facilities. It is common knowledge that poor living standards result in adverse effects on general health and wellbeing of the residents, causing short-term illnesses such as eye, nose, and throat infections, Hepatitis, Diabetes and Hypertension. Over time, the mentioned illnesses have the potential of becoming acute. Presently, though the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government has distributed Health cards to its citizens, the public health sector remains burdened to its maximum capacity due to COVID-19, making access to basic health care a great difficulty.
Transparent Hands intends to gauge the possibility of providing basic health care that is the foremost right of every individual. We look forward to organizing a one-day medical camp at Bannu, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, to provide free consultation and medicines to the deserving patients. Our health practitioners will also educate the residents about hygiene and the importance of adopting a healthy lifestyle. The camp will further educate the residents about necessary steps required in acquiring preventive measures against certain diseases. Critical cases including patients who require undergoing surgeries will be registered with Transparent Hands for free treatment. Team Transparent Hands is determined in bringing quality healthcare facilities to the residents of Bannu. We are also looking forward to your earnest help.
Donate for our upcoming medical camp at Bannu, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and help hundreds of individuals in acquiring a healthier life.
Team Transparent Hands brilliantly organized and managed a free medical camp at Malik Anayat Ullah Khan Chock Khawaja Mad Mandan Bannu maintaining all standards of COVID SOPs. All COVID SOPs were followed by the camp team. Patients and all other attendees were encouraged to wear face masks and use hand sanitizers. The camp was set up for the underprivileged people residing in the said locality. The camp team consisted of twenty eight members, including two supervisors, nineteen doctors (Seven male and Twelve female), two pharmacists, two lab technicians, one female nurse, one photographer, and three crew workers. A huge number of women and children were facilitated during these camps. In total, 639 patients turned up. The majority of the cases examined by the doctors consisted of patients suffering from joints and muscular pains, stomachache, and various types of allergies. Free, appropriate medication was provided to such patients. Testing facilities for Hepatitis B and C, blood sugar level, along with blood pressure were also provided. Team Transparent Hands, extends gratitude to all the honorable donors, for assisting us in achieving our goals to hold a medical and surgical camp at Malik Anayat Ullah Khan Chock Khawaja Mad Mandan Bannu. We believe health care to be the basic right of all human beings. Therefore, in the future, we look forward to organizing such camps where we can be of service to underprivileged patients in Pakistan and facilitate them with healthcare.