Karmirhath

To raise the socio-economic status of the poor, downtrodden and less privileged people in the society by providing affordable health care, mobility to the handicaps and training to the needy to save them from social injustices.
Jul 15, 2014

PROJECT REPORT.

             HELP RESTORE EYESIGHTS TO 500 BANGLADESHIS 

Cataract operations are going on smoothly at our Karmirhath Hospital. Thanks to our overseas donors who donated through GlobalGiving Foundations. 1,289 eye patients received treatments during the last two months. 41 patients went through Cataract operations and got back their eye sights.                                                                 

Case Studies:

1. Emdadul Huq (Not his real name):

Emdadul Huq is 76 years old. He has one son and six daughters; all left their old parents after they got married. Emdadul Huq sold everything for giving dowry at the time of marriage of his daughters. By profession he is an agriculture labor. He cannot work regularly because of his old age. His wife is also old and cannot work.

Mean while, Emdadul Huq developed cataract in both of his eyes. He did not make any attempt to treat his eyes as he had no money. In this way he passed more than 12 years with cataract in both of his eyes. One day he came to know about Karmirhath Eye Hospital where cataract operations are done without any money from poor patients, He is very grateful to Karmirhath hospital and to those who provide fund for such operations.

2. Shamsul Huq (Not his real name):

Shamsul Huq aged 65 years, hails from the nearby Polashbari, about 20 kilometers from Gaibandha. He lost his wife about six years ago. There is none to look after him. A few years ago, he developed cataract in both of his eyes. Doctors suggested operation. As he is very poor, he was unable to manage fund for his operation. Following the advices of his neighbor he one day came to Karmirhath Hospital. After necessary tests, cataract operations were performed on both of his eyes in two occasions. Shamsul Huq has got back eye sights on both of his eyes.

I thank sincerely GlobalGiving team for helping us with fund that enables us to provide free services to eye patients who need cataract operations to restore their eye sights.      

Abdus Sobhan

Project Leader

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Apr 11, 2014

PROJECT REPORT.

Eye Spcialist Examining a Patient
Eye Spcialist Examining a Patient

                              

             HELP RESTORE EYESIGHTS TO 500 BANGLADESHIS

 

                           PROJECT REPORT_April, 2014.

 

Cataract operations are going on smoothly at our Karmirhath Hospital. Thanks to our overseas donors for helping us. We are happy to provide services to our increasing number of patients. During the last three months, attendances of eye patients are increasing.

 

Case Studies:

 

  1. Motiron Begum (Not her real name): Motiron Begum is 55 years old. Her one son and a daughter left her after their marriages. Her husband is old and very sick for long. She works in a rice mill as a day labor. She developed cataract in her eyes. She almost went blind with her cataract. She could not afford treatment of her eyes. Somehow, she heard about Karmirhath hospital where, she heard, nobody is denied treatment for want of money. One day she came to the hospital. She was thoroughly examined and, later, cataract operations were conducted on both of her eyes free of charge. Motiron Begum has now returned to her profession as day labor. She is very grateful to Karmirhath hospital and to those who provide fund for such operations.

 

  1. Sandhya Rani (Not her real name): Sandhya Rani, aged 65 years, hails from the nearby

             Polashbari, about 20 kilometers from Gaibandha. She lost her husband about six years ago. She is

             very poor. She works as a domestic help. A few years ago, she developed cataract in her eyes.

             Doctors suggested operation. As she is very poor, she was unable to manage fund for her

             operation. At the advice of her neighbor she one day came to Karmirhath Hospital. After necessary

           tests, Cataract operations were performed on both of her eyes in two occasions. Sandhya Rani has

           got back her eye sights on both of her eyes.

I thank sincerely GlobalGiving team for helping us with fund that enables us

to provide free services to eye patients who need cataract operations to restore their

eye sights.      

masobhan
(M Abdus Sobhan)
President, Karmirhath,
Gaibandha, Bangladesh.
Phone:88-0541-62245 (office)
          88-0541-61831 (Home)
 Cell: 88-01714088888
Website: http://www.karmirhath.org.bd/  

 

Specialist Examining a Child
Specialist Examining a Child's Eye

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Apr 7, 2014

PROJECT REPORT.

Another diabetic patient consulting a Consultant
Another diabetic patient consulting a Consultant

                      KARMIRHATH HOSPITAL, GAIBANDHA

                                                                                                                                      

         “HELP TREAT 1200 POOR DIABETIC PATIENTS”.

 

                                           PROJECT REPORT

 

                                                   April 4, 2014

 

A total of 1260 patients attended our hospital during the last 3 months; among them 95 were new patients. Necessary tests were conducted, Guide Books given and Diabetes Awareness lessons were given to the new patients. Insulin as well as other medicines were given free to Chronic Patients.

 

Case Study:

 

 

                      

  1. Salma:(Not Real Name)

Salma aged 30 years, lives about 20 km away from Karmirhath Hospital. Her husband is a poor agriculture labor. She developed diabetes about 16 years ago. She could not manage any treatment for her illness. Her husband did not dare take her to any doctor apprehending that it would be a very costly treatment. A few months ago he learnt about Karmirhath hospital that gives free treatment to poor diabetic patients. At the hospital, after a few tests, she was registered as a diabetic patient, given Guide Book and awareness instructions. She is a regular visitor and her diabetes is now stabilized. She thanks Karmirhath and those who helps Karmirhath with funds.

        

                  

2) Abdul Majid: (Not Real Name)

 

Abdul Majid is 55 years old. He is a day labor. He developed diabetes about 20 years ago. Being poor and having no awareness about his disease, he hardly tried for treatment. Day by day he become too week to move. One day, a kind-hearted person brought him to Karmirhath hospital. There was none to look after him. Along with his treatment for diabetes, he was given other daily necessities. He is given insulin and other necessary medicines free. He visits the hospital regularly. His diabetes has now stabilized. He is thankful to Karmirhath and the overseas donrs.

 

I personally thank Global Giving Foundation for raising funds for Karmirhath.

 masobhan
(M Abdus Sobhan)
President, Karmirhath,
Gaibandha, Bangladesh.
Phone:88-0541-62245 (office)
          88-0541-61831 (Home)
 Cell: 88-01714088888
Website: http://www.karmirhath.org.bd/                          

A diabetic patient consulting a Consultant
A diabetic patient consulting a Consultant

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