25 April, 2022

Free Medical Camp of SCI Bangladesh

Mother and Child Care Center in Rangabali Patuakhali

Rangabali is one of the most remote disadvantaged rural areas of Bangladesh and due to its geographical location no primary medical services are available. 

SCI Bangladesh in collaboration with SCI Japan build a Mother and Child Care Center in Rangabali Patuakhali in 2017. In response to the continued requests from the local community and considering the need of the people of Rangabali, SCI Bangladesh organised the fist free medical camp since 2020 due to COVID-19 pandemic on March 25-26 2022 at SCI Mother & Child care Center.

During the camp total 378 numbers of patients were served with full course of medicine in the following discipline:

  • Gynecological treatment: 84
  • Pediatric treatment: 121
  • General Medicine (male & Female): 173

A total of 3 specialist Doctors and 7 SCI volunteers has participated in the medical camp.

Thanks to all volunteer doctors for their cooperation.

 

Thank you for this submission to Maniruzzaman Bachchu, National Secretary, SCI Bangladesh

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