The health system in some of the underdeveloped countries is very primitive, many citizens don’t have access to proper healthcare services, especially in the rural areas. Most of the healthcare facilities are limited to big cities. But what about the people living in the remote areas? For this purpose, the ladybird health initiative of the Embrace relief foundation has started free health clinic services in different regions of the world, focusing on African and Asian Countries.
Under the ladybird initiative of Embrace relief foundation, we are constructing free health clinics in different countries and regions, to provide free healthcare services for people in need. According to this concept, we are providing free healthcare services to the vulnerable people with the help of volunteer health workers and the doctors. We are here for people in need via our free mobile health clinics.
Free Health clinic in Afghanistan
The Ladybird initiative has successfully established a free of cost health clinic in Northern Saripul Province, Afghanistan with six working members in the staff including the nurses and the doctor.On a regular day, the free clinic caters to 70 to 90 patients who visit the clinic and avail free healthcare services.
The services offered by the clinic are- General Treatment, corresponding medication, gynecological treatments, and pediatrics services.
All of this incurs money and we are trying to meet our target for this particular cause. As a visitor to our page the Ladybird requests you to participate in being a part of creating a healthcare rich environment in Afghanistan.
Mobile Health clinic around Kabul
The areas around the Kabul region in Afghanistan lacked basic healthcare facilities that were affordable for all, leading to long term illnesses in people. This cause was brought to the notice of the Ladybird and we decided to set up a free mobile health care clinic in areas around Kabul.
The Mobile unit travels 12 kilometers per day and reaches the interiors of the city for providing committed medical care to the patients around the Kabul region in Afghanistan. The mobile van provides impactful treatment to almost 120 patients each day.
This campaign is an initiative that lacks the attention of most people. To overcome this situation, the Ladybird encourages the visitors of the page to help us facilitate a change in the conditions of places around Kabul by donating for this cause.