Medical Camp at the Hingol National Park, March 14-17, 2008

by Khalid Omar

Our group has been approached by the Management of Hingol National Park to help them in organizing a free medical camp at Jhal Jhau for the villagers living along the Hingol River in the Northern Part of the Park. We are going for 4 days to Hingol, Baluchistan, March 14-17, 2008 and setting up a medical camp. Read on for the details.

Taimur Mirza and Hamid Omar are going to Uthal this Sunday to meet with the Park authorities to finalize the medical camp logistics. At the present time a total of 6 doctors have volunteered their time and expertise, and two pharm companies are donating medicines, and we are collecting donations from other people (especially Salim Khan!). Please contact us for further details, using the contact form.

We will be camping all three nights, and as always, everyone needs to bring everything which they possibly might need, and for good measure a few things which they might impossibly need.

Medical Camp Details

The management shall set up the Medical Camp with 2 Doctors, a Male and a Lady Doctor. We are arranging for 3-4 senior doctors to accompany us. The common ailments in the area are as follows:

The help they require from us is in the form of medicines and presence of Senior Doctors for Consultations.

The proposed dates are Friday 14th. March to Monday 17th March.

We need to collect medicines covering the above symptoms and need to finalize a list.

Posted in Blog, March 7, 2008, by Khalid Omar

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