A group of doctors and volunteers from UK visited Rohingya Camps in Bangladesh in 2018. These are refugees displaced from Myanmar and now living in very difficult conditions. The group helped out in a medical clinic run by an international charity organisation. It was a small clinic providing Medicines and basic health facilities. It was extremely useful to the refugees. The clinic however closed down as the Organisation completed the allocated project.
The refugees are very keen that this clinic opens up again and start providing the facilities again for common health illnesses. The budget for the clinic is not a huge amount as Volunteers are happy to work for free. There is however need for medicines and basic equipment. It is an extremely good cause and can be run with a very small budget. AIMS International is planning to reopen the clinic and will appreciate your support.