HELP Community Learning Centre
hosted a free mobile medical clinic
for refugees in our school premises
on August 6, 2012
A group of 3 doctors and about 20 medical and pharmaceutical students studying in Russia, Ukraine and Malaysia were in HELP Community Learning Centre to conduct a mobile medical clinic for Myanmar refugees. Best Hearing Aid Centre also participated in Providing hearing test on all the out-patients.
It is our hope that this will be the 1st of many more of such mobile clinics that we shall be organizing from now onward. We pray that more doctors or medical universities in Malaysia can contact us to do more of such clinics to provide medical care to the refugees in Malaysia.
Community Learning Centre have
increased to over 135 in the month
of July. It is becoming more and more
challenging to manage a school of
such size. We expect to hit 140 by
There are about 2,000 Myanmar
refugees in the Kepong areas. Medical treatment, even at 50%
discount for those with UNHCR cards in government clinics, is a
heavy burden to them.
There is an urgent need to set up a clinic that can provide out-patient
treatments to refugees in the Kepong areas on a daily basis. Those
interested to partner with us in providing such free medical services
to the refugees, please contact us at 012 8730 380