Dear friend of MAAWS,
Half the year is already over! Where has time gone? The MAAWS Health Complex has been up to great work in January through May, we have had 1231 patient visits to our facility.
70% of our patients have come back for at least one follow up visit in 2014.
The most common condiitions treated have been:
o Acute respiratory infections (pneumonia, flu) o Common viral infections (cold, fever) o Diabetes o Hypertension o Asthma o Pre and Ante-Natal Care
We also have some other great news! We are humbled to be the recipient of the 2015 Human Rights Peace Award awarded by the the United Movement Human Rights, a human rights organization in Bangladesh. You can read more about it on our new blog. We'll be posting more updates about our work on there.
None of this would be possible without your support. Your geneorsity allows us provide health care to people that need it the most.
We desperately need a lot of support for this project to purchase medications, supplies and much needed diagnostic equipment. Please check out the project page and donate at http://bit.ly/gghealthcomplex.
You can do more than just donating. To learn about more ways you can help, feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
Thank you again for all you have done to help this cause.
Hope you are all doing well. In 2014, we saw patients from 63 villages in Bangladesh at the MAAWS Health Complex.
In 2015, we've had 424 patient visiting so far. Last fall, we had the pleasure of hosting physicians from IMANA at the MAAWS Health Complex. We've attached Dr. Kaminsky's testimonial on his visit.
None of this would be possible with out your support. Your geneorsity allows us provide health care to people that need it the most, purchase much needed medicine and equipment and support our dedicated medical and administrative stafff.
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Dear Friends of MAAWS,
We've been up to some great things at the MAAWS Health Complex in the past couple of months. In early September we hosted not one but TWO Free Eye Health Camps due to the demand. We saw over 400 patients for eye exams, cataract operations and distributed to glasses. Patients came from 38 villages around our project site to attend the event.
So far in 2014, we have seen and treated 1062 patients this year. None of this would be possible with out your support. Your geneorsity allows us provide health care to people that need it the most, purchase much needed medicine and equipment and support our dedicated medical and administrative stafff.
We still need a lot of support for this project to purchase medications, supplies and much needed diagnostic equipment. Please check out the project page and donate at http://bit.ly/gghealthcomplex.
Hi Friend of MAAWS,
Lots of exciting developments of happened over the last few months. In 2014, we have suprassed our own targets and have treated 1,039 patients. We are in the midst of constructing a brand new burn unit to be tentatively opening within the year.
We say this again and again, but truly NONE of this could be done with without your help. Every $1 helps ensure that the patients that come to the MAAWS Health Complex will recieve the best quality care, free of cost to them. I know the economy is tough so thank you for investing not only in our cause but also in the future of our community.
We are currently running a microproject to raise $3,000 for the health complex by September 25. Please consider asking your friends and family to give to our project on GlobalGIving (http://bit.ly/1qHj84N). Share the link social networks or just bring us up in conversation. Tell your family and friends why you believe in our project. Here’s a template e-mail to get you started.
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In April, GlobalGiving Field Intern Neha Tummala visited MAAWS' project site in the village of Earpur in Senbagh, Noakhali, Bangladesh. She visited our Health Complex, Sewing Project and water projects. She met with families that are beneficiaries of the water projects and the MAAWS Health Complex doctors.
She says: “My favourite part was interacting with the families who I met, as well as meeting your doctors! Both the doctors that I met were truly inspirational as they travel so far to come to Noakhali to serve the community. Beyond medical care, your doctors and staff are not afraid to have tough conversations on topics such as prevention, awareness work, religion and many more things. I learned a lot and I am really glad that I was able to come to visit the project.”
We were so glad to have you Neha!
In this past quarter, we saw 491 patients! We still need a lot of support for this project, so please in this time of giving think of the 30,000 people in the Senbagh/Begumganj area of Noakhali, Bangladesh that do not have access to basic health care. You can check out our project and donate at www.tinyurl.com/gghealthcomplex.
We cannot thank you enough for your faith in us and believing in our mission. Together we can all work to provide people with the opportunities to uplift themselves out of poverty.
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