Provide Medical Care to Street Children in Kabul

by American Medical Overseas Relief
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Provide Medical Care to Street Children in Kabul
Provide Medical Care to Street Children in Kabul
Provide Medical Care to Street Children in Kabul
Provide Medical Care to Street Children in Kabul
Provide Medical Care to Street Children in Kabul
Provide Medical Care to Street Children in Kabul
Provide Medical Care to Street Children in Kabul
Provide Medical Care to Street Children in Kabul
Provide Medical Care to Street Children in Kabul
Provide Medical Care to Street Children in Kabul

Project Report | Feb 19, 2014
Aschina Clinic is Improving Lives

By Davena Witcher | Executive Director

Dear Project Supporters,

Thank you for your continued support of the AMOR clinic at the Aschiana School for Street Children.  Because of your commitment to this project the community that it serves is receiving pediatric urgent care services; free vaccines and micro-nutrient supplements; and reliable, quality pharmaceuticals.

The clinic and it's staff are gaining trust in the community and more patients are coming to the clinic for treatment each week.  The school is currently closed for winter break so there are no students on campus.  This decreases the daily walk-in patients, so the physicians are using the available time to conduct health education seminars in the surrounding Inter-displacement (IDP) camps and raise awareness about the clinics presence and the services it provides.  Currently averages of 200 patients are receiving a variety of treatments each week.  We are optimistic that this number will double over the next quarter as the weather improves and the school year resumes.

AMOR is currently working on a budget for lab equipment.  The ability to provide on site diagnostic lab results will facilitate the quick and accurate diagnosis of our patient's problems.  Additionally, the lab will assist with both early interventions in a disease process, and informed follow up treatment.  We are excited about the opportunity to provide this additional service at the clinic and will keep you updated as we move forward with the purchasing of this equipment.

I look forward to sharing with you the continued success of the AMOR Achiana Health Clinic (AAHC) in the coming quarter.

Sincerely,

Davena

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American Medical Overseas Relief

Location: Fresno, CA - USA
Website:
American Medical Overseas Relief
Davena Witcher
Project Leader:
Davena Witcher
Executive Director
Fresno , CA Afghanistan

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