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.
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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Jan 9, 2014

PROJECT REPORT.

Morziina Begum
Morziina Begum

HELP RESTORE EYESIGHTS TO 500 BANGLADESHIS PROJECT REPORT_December, 2013. It is being observed that incidences of cataract patients have been increasing at our hospital during the last few months. As already reported, patients are now attending hospitals at their own initiatives. Previously, Eye Camps were arranged in remote areas to detect cataract patients and they were brought to our hospital at our costs for operations to remove cataracts. Karmirhath hospital is giving them necessary services with all earnestness. We are following our old practices of not letting any patients go un-served for want of money. Case Studies: 1. Morzina Begum: Morzina Begum is 83 years old. She lives with her only son who is very poor. A few years ago, Morzina had problems with her eyes. She had cataract in both of her eye sights. As she had no money, she could not get any treatment. She almost went blind. Luckily, she came to know about Karmirhath hospital where poor patients also get good treatment. One day one kind hearted person helped her to come to our hospital. At the hospital, after examinations, cataracts were removed from both of her eyes. Morzina Begum was very happy to get her eye sights restored without paying anything. She was extremely grateful to those ho paid for her treatment. 2. Abdul Kader: Abdul Kader, 54 years of age, hails from the nearby district of Polashbari. He is a poor person with five children. He had some problem with his eyes. When contacted a local doctor, he was informed that he had cataract which needed surgery. Being a poor man he expressed his inability to arrange fund for his cataract operation. The attending doctor who was aware of the services of Karmirhath hospital of serving poor patients free advised his patient Abdul Kader to contact Karmirhath hospital. At the hospital, Abdul Kader was operated and his cataract was removed free of charge. Abdul Kader was very grateful for the free service to GlobalGiving and Karmirhath Hospital. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Picture of Morzina Begum 2. Picture of Abdul Kader I thank sincerely to 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/

Picture of Abdul Kader
Picture of Abdul Kader
Surgeons Performing Cataract Operations
Surgeons Performing Cataract Operations

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Dec 30, 2013

PROJECT REPORT.

Lovely Begum
Lovely Begum

                KARMIRHATH HOSPITAL, GAIBANDHA

                  HELP TREAT 1200 POOR DIABETIC PATIENTS”.

                                            PROJECT REPORT

                                           December , 2013. 

The Eye and Diabetic Camp held at Fashitola in Gobindagonj Upo-Zilla which is about 35 kilometer from Gaibandha was a big success. A large number of people attended the camp to check if they are diabetic or if they have developed cataract. 48 people were primarily detected to be diabetics. They were advised to come to Karmirhath Hospital for further check-up. All the 48 people later attended the hospital and, after detailed check up, were found to be diabetics. Each one was registered as a diabetic patient and given Diabetic Guide Book. Necessary trainings were given to them by our Dietitian and they were given treatment by the Consultant.

 Case Study:

(1)      Lovely Begum: Aged 42 years, Lovely Begum was diagnosed as a diabetic 25 years ago. Being a very poor person she could not afford treatment. Initially, she could not get any treatment due to her poverty. Her husband, a day labor could not help her. Her life continued at this state of her. Meanwhile, she had five miscarriages! One day one of our old patients brought her to Karmirhath hospital where she was admitted and examined thoroughly. After initial tests, she was given Diabetic Awareness Lessons, a Guide Book and free medicines including Insulin. Her diabetes has almost stabilized. She is very grateful to Karmirhath and the overseas donors.

            The following documents have been attached:

1)      Picture of Lovely Begum         

2)      A Diabetic Patients Waiting for their Turns.

3)      Doctor Examining a patient

            I gratefully thank the donors of GlobalGiving Foundation for enabling us to help

            our poor patients restore their eye sights through Cataract Operations. 

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/  
 

Patients Waiting For Their Turns
Patients Waiting For Their Turns
Doctor Examining a patient
Doctor Examining a patient

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