Doha: ICBF organises 40th free mega medical camp for workers


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Doha, Dec 3: Indian Community Benevolent Forum (ICBF), under the aegis of Embassy of India, Qatar is organized its 40th mega medical camp for low paid workers on November 29 at Medical Commission Premises, Abu-Hamour. The camp was organized in association with Qatar Ministry of Public Health and Hamad Hospital.

The Ambassador of India to Qatar P Kumaran inaugurated the medical camp in the presence of Mushiri, head of Medical Commission, Dr K C Chacko, P N Baburajan ICBF president and other community leaders.

During the event, ICBF presented an award to Dr K C Chacko for the long time service he rendered to the community through many noble benevolent initiatives and for actively participating in ICBF events. Ambassador P Kumaran presented the award to Dr Chacko.

The counselling center of ICBF that will be operated from the ICBF office at IICC, Thumama was also inaugurated during the function by the ambassador. A committee headed by Sameer Hassan Mousa is leading the efforts to coordinate the counselling initiatives, which will provide services to all needy Indian citizens in Qatar including students.

The medical camp was conducted with the support of Indian Doctors Club, who provided more than 40 doctors service for the camp led by President Dro Joel and Dr Saibu. Federation of Indian Nurses in Qatar (FINQ), provided support of nursing staff with more than 30 volunteers. Wellcare Pharmacy was the medical partner of the camp who provided free medicines to all needy attendees, Farooq from Wellcare group led the team trained. This Medical Camp provided free medical consultation including Orthopaedics, ENT, Cardiology, General Medicines etc. and free checking and diagnosis for
Hypertension, Diabetics, and Cholesterol along with free medicines for around 1,500 industrial and domestic workers.

During the medical camp Health Awareness sessions were delivered to participants to promote awareness of healthy living and provided guidance for the same too.

Karnataka Sangha Qatar, ICC affiliated socio cultural organization has extended the support and snacks for the workers.

The camp was led by Senthil Antheban Head of medical camp of ICBF and managing committee members Nivedita Kelkar and Subramanyan Hebbaglu along with other managing committee members including vice president Mahesh Gowda, general secretary Avinash Gaikwad and AO leaders of ICBF.

  

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