“In a day, we serve about 200-300 patients at this Medical Camp. On average they complain about respiratory infections and gastrointestinal infections, “said Dr. Aditya Maulana Ginting, Doctor of Humanity Team of Zakat House.
Rumah Zakat along with other medical volunteers who are members of the Indonesian Humanitarian Alliance provide health services to Rohingya refugees at Jamtoli Camp which is one of the largest refugee camps in Bangladesh.
“Here Rumah Zakat is committed to providing medical services, minor surgery, and services for pregnant women,” said Dr. Aditya.
Given the increasingly crowded Medical Camp conditions by refugees who need health care every day, the Zakat House Humanitarian Team is building a new medical tent that is bigger for use by IHA medical teams.
“We are working with local welding workshop in Cox’s Bazar to make the medical tent. Hopefully, with this tent, we can provide better service, “said Hermansyah, Rumah Zakat Humanity Team.
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