The complete loss or deterioration of one’s eyesight can feel frightening, leaving those affected to wonder about their ability to maintain their independence, pay for medical care, retain employment, and provide for their families. HHRD conducts free eye exams and operations, provides proper medication and recovery workshops in Kenya, Mali, Nepal, Pakistan, Somalia, Tanzania, Uganda, Yemeni refugees in Somalia and South Africa.
Mobile medical units bring relief to villagers who are either unable to afford medical care or reside in rural areas that oftentimes are unreachable during natural disasters. Emergency medical professionals, enabled with ambulatory training, increase their capacity to cope with any given emergency through these services. This also helps provide a means for patients to successfully attend rehabilitation and therapy sessions by securing transportation.
Lifesaving services are being provided to reduce the maternal mortality rate such as postnatal checkups, health awareness sessions, and vaccination services. HHRD ensures the staff is properly trained to assist these women and children, along with arranging specialist clinics. Along with neonatal care, infants and children receive medical checkups and vaccinations. Mothers are invited to attend awareness sessions to ensure a healthy lifestyle.
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