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Rohingya Medical CAMP Ramadan 2019

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Drs Asif Malik, Aamir Iqbal, Ubaidullah Ghauri, Wasim Khan, Bilal Khan (UK)

Bangladesh-Ramadan 2019-volunteer medical team at "Medglobal.org" Clinic for Rohingya refugees. Zakah, Sadaqah, Lillah accepted

Raising money for
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Total raised
£55,889.00

Target
£60000.00

93%

Donations accepted until 30-06-2019

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England Registered Charity 1170887

Declare in Message Box if donation is Zakah/Sadaqah Wājibah OR Sadaqah Nafilah/Lillah (see gallery)

We are a team of 5 GPs, UK doctors working in Qatar & UK. Last year, our team member raised over £55000 through your kind donations.

The Rohingya Humanitarian crisis has resulted in over 1.3 million refugees seeking safe haven in Bangladesh. Camps of temporary shelters have been set up in difficult terrains with little access to safe drinking water, food, shelter or healthcare.

In 2018, 191 unpaid volunteers worked in Cox's Bazar with MedGlobal charity dedicated to providing healthcare to the most vulnerable.

We are deployed during the blessed month of Ramadan (week 3), providing essential medical care in Kutupalong Refugee camp. Clinic seeing close to 2000 patients per week.

We are raising funds to provide FREE healthcare diagnosis, treatment, interventions & to support the running of the MedGlobal clinic for Rohingya refugees (FREE medicines and supplies).

Self funded unpaid volunteers.

Many thanks

Dr Asif Malik
Dr Aamir Iqbal
Dr Ubaidullah Ghauri
Dr Wasim Khan
Dr Bilal Khan

Event details

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ROHINGYA - Refugees Medical AID 2019

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Zakah OR Sadaqah / Lillah

To provide medical services in a healthcare clinic in Kutupalong Refugee camp, far from Cox's Bazar. Providing FREE primary & first level emergency care. 

Clinic OPEN daily and seeing almost 2,000 patients a week.
All pharmacy available MAIN medicines are dispensed FREE.

Patients arrive with malnutrition, water borne infectious diseases (typhoid / cholera / hepatitis A), respiratory infections, intestinal infections, measles / diphtheria, wound infections, newborns and children failing to thrive.
Also huge prevalence of mental health concerns having witnessed unspeakable atrocities.

Patients needing hospital care are referred to local civilian, army hospitals for further treatment.

Feedback - How last year 2018 Donations were used? 
1. Direct patient care - 57,000 Rohingya patients treated 
2. Medication and medical supplies - over £95,000 spent
3. Field hospital support- £61,000 donated

Medglobal is training local healthcare providers on life saving skills.

Event date

14-March-2019 00:00  - 
30-June-2019 23:59

Event type

Donations only

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Donations

Well done to the drs. Good work.
Donation by Anonymous
on 26-05-2019
£10.00
£2.50 gift aid
Donation by Ali
on 26-05-2019
May Allah reward your efforts and bring happiness and ease to the Rohingya brothers and sisters and their families in this life and the akhirah.
Donation by Anonymous
on 25-05-2019
£200.00
£50.00 gift aid
This is zakat to support the fantastic work you guys are doing. May Allah reward you abundantly for your efforts.
Donation by Anonymous
on 25-05-2019
Donation by Samar
on 25-05-2019
Donation by Masoud Rashid
on 25-05-2019
£200.00
£50.00 gift aid
May Allah bless you guys and the Ummah
Donation by Anonymous
on 25-05-2019
£400.00
£0.00 gift aid
This donation is for zakaat
Donation by Dr Bilal
on 25-05-2019
£135.00
£0.00 gift aid
Donation by Dr Syed Faraz Hussain
on 25-05-2019
£100.00
£0.00 gift aid
Donation by Anonymous
on 25-05-2019
£1,500.00
£0.00 gift aid

Donation summary

Online Donations: £55,889.00
Offline Donations: £0.00
Total Raised: £55,889.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:    £59,070.00

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