Medical Camps

28 July, 2016 Karachi, Activities

HI has set up camps on weekends in various locations in Karachi, with their targeted area extending from public schools in Mathiari to those in Korangi and Gizri. These camps are designed to assess the status of the basic health education of the students in those areas. The students’ height and weight are recorded and the BMI is calculated. This is followed by a vision test, and a basic medical work up is performed consisting of blood pressure, heart rate and breathing rate. The students’ history is also taken at this time. A separate eye clinic is set up so as to give these impoverished students access to prescription lenses if the need arises. In either of these set ups, if any red flags are noticed, the student is given a note referring him or her to a physician at an accessible hospital.

List of medical camps:

  • Sirat ul Jannah Orphanage Medical Camp (March 2013)
  • Abbas Town Medical Camp (April 2014)
  • Jamshed School, Hijrat Colony Health Camp (Oct-Dec 2014)
  • Junejo School, Hijrat Colony Health Camp (January 2015)
  • Special Children’s School, PNAD Health Camp (February 2015)
  • Ibrahim Hyderi School Health Camp (March 2015)
  • Abdullah Shah Ghazi School Health Camp (April 2015)
  • Hijrat Colony School Health Camp (June 2015)

TOTAL 2030 CATERED

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