Upcoming Medical Camp, Moza Village, Sialkot.
Transparent Hands plans to collaborate with Isra Welfare Foundation and Blood Bank in organizing a free Medical Camp at Moza Village on 12 December 2021. In this Medical Camp, our team of expert physicians will provide the following health facilities to the 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
- Malaria and HIV tests
Sialkot, is a densely populated city that is also the “Golden Triangle ” of industrial cities with export-oriented economies. Sialkot is the hometown of Pakistan’s National poet Dr. Muhammad Allama Iqbal. According to World-Wide Fund (WWF) officials, the discharge of untreated industrial waste into the environment is polluting soil and water. On top of that the Smog epidemic has added a new chapter of eye and respiratory diseases to the citizens’ lives. Poor air quality results in numerous adverse effects on general health and wellbeing of the residents, especially affecting those living in remote areas or slums.
Exposure to bad air quality initially causes short-term illnesses such as eye, nose, and throat infections. Over time, it has the potential of leading to complicated eye diseases including acute Uveitis, numerous cardiorespiratory issues and a variety of cancers. Presently, due to COVID-19, Dengue, and smog, the events have taken a grimer turn by leaving the public health sector burdened to its maximum capacity. Due to saturation of patients at public hospitals, and limited health care facilities, other patients are going unnoticed and therefore remain untreated. Few diseases mentioned above have the potential of eventually worsening over time and may even prove to be fatal.
Transparent Hands will organize a one-day medical camp at Moza Village, Sialkot, to provide free consultation and medicines to the affectees. 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. Patients who require undergoing surgeries will be registered with Transparent Hands and shall be provided free medical treatment. Team Transparent Hands is determined to bring quality healthcare facilities to the residents of Moza Village. Now, all we need is your earnest help.
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Transparent Hands arranged and managed a free Medical and surgical camp at Moza Village Oorra, Sialkot for the underprivileged and deserving community of the said locality. This camp was organized and managed by Transparent Hands in collaboration with Essar Welfare Foundation and Blood Bank. The aim of arranging this camp was to provide medical assistance to the people who cannot afford their medical check-ups and basic medical procedures. Our camp team consisted of twenty members including one supervisor, four doctors (two male and two female), one pharmacist, four lab technicians, one female nurse, two photographers, and seven crew workers. A total of 226 patients were facilitated in the camp. All COVID SOPs were followed by the camp team. Patients and all other attendees were also asked to wear face masks, maintain social distance, and use hand sanitisers. To encourage the attendees to follow SOPs, they were provided with free face masks and hand sanitizers. A lot of locals and their families were present at the camp for their checkups. Free medicines and COVID vaccines along with the testing facilities for Hepatitis B and C, blood sugar level, Eye checkup, and blood pressure were also provided to the patients. Most of the patients examined by the doctors had no prominent diseases and were given a general check-up. Free, appropriate medication was provided to the patients diagnosed with any health problems. Two Hepatitis cases and three surgical cases were found in this camp and have been advised for further treatment. Local Businessmen of the area also visited the camp to appreciate the efforts of Transparent Hands towards the society. Team Transparent Hands looks forward to organizing such camps where we can be of service to the underprivileged patients in Pakistan. We also look forward to facilitating them with health care, as we believe health care to be a primary, and basic right of all human beings.