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Medical Treatment Donations

1. Sandar Yama Monastic education school,Hlaing TharYar township, opening every Monday,Wednesday and Friday, Dr. Kyaw Thant Zin and other 3-6 doctors sit regularly.Everyday when we open the clinic,come about around 40 patients and every week is about 100 +or -.Started since June we supported enough medicine.
2.Saddhama Zawtikaryone Shwe Kyin(SZSK)Monastic Education school, about 600 students are studying at there.Open every monday.Dr.Myo Theint Theint Thu and Dr.Aye Thazin operate the clinic/About 30-40 patients came, started since July
3.Kyaw Zan Parahita clinic, Bogalay township, Ayeyarwaddy division, operate by local doctors whom can volunteer, headed by village monk and wellwishers, villagers. Every week about 100 patients came from different nearby villages.Started last October

So according to the monk from SZSK  monastery, every monday he can think he can has a chance to do meritious deeds and happy just to think early in the morning.I am happy to share with this wonderful information. According to last month report, we have been give free medical service over 800 patients in previous months,

Laputta Eye Operations 2009

Laputta Eye Operations 2009 6/17/2009 12:00:00 AM
On 15, 16 and 17th June we donated cataract eye operations to 40 patients. Some people needed bilateral operations. We also treated 316 other people and arranged to donate spectacles to over 200 people. In our group there were 2 specialist opticians, 1 doctor, 3 nurses for surgeries and 1 refractionist, who checked spectacle-strength needed. Others like medical assistants and helpers also contributed in giving medicine to patients. Operations were done in the back of a bus. readmore

Pho Hlaing Chaung 2011

Pho Hlaing Chaung 2011 3/18/2011 12:00:00 AM
On the 18th March evening our medical team leader Dr. Htoo Kyaw Linn and Snow Aye went to Pho Hlaing Chaung village together various volunteers who had previously helped us to dig a well in this village. In 2008, this village was hit by Cyclone Nargis and over 60 people died. Some of the children still experience post-traumatic stress and many families only have one parent. Upon arrival of our team, the monastery was full of villagers, waiting to get medical treatment by our doctor. The doctor and Snow set up the mobile clinic and the treatments commenced at 1 p.m. and continued until 9:30 at night. The next day, more villagers were seen to. In total, 106 patients were treated from this village and also surrounding villages. readmore

Bogalay - Eye operations 2011

Bogalay - Eye operations 2011 10/1/2011 12:00:00 AM
On the 1st October, Compassionate Hands volunteer Ko Naing Naing Tun went to Bogalay to help with the eye operations for 18 citizens of Pat Le and surrounding villages (see post below). After meeting with the eye specialist, 5 of them received cataract eye operations, which were all successful. They have already begun to regain their eyesight. 8 people will get glasses of which one is a 9-year old boy. 2 people received minor eye operations. Some others will need a second cartaract operation. readmore

Kyaik Pi 2010

Kyaik Pi 2010 9/16/2010 12:00:00 AM
We arrived at Kyaik Pi from where we went to Yay Kyaw and Payargyi villages. Here, we donated books and stationary to around 150 students and provided medical care for those people who needed it. It was dark by the time we we went back to Kyaik Pi and very tired. readmore

Pat Le school & medical trip 2010

Pat Le school & medical trip 2010 9/8/2010 12:00:00 AM
In September 2010 we visited Pat Le again. After a two hour boat-ride in a small boat, we were by the schoolchildren of the village. We rested for a while, after which we donated around 240 dozen exercise books to 240 school children, a dozen pencils to each child and 6 ball pens for the elder children. We administered medical care to the children, gave them multi-vitamins and health care checkups. Later on, villagers with health problems came to the monastery to receive a check and medication by our doctors. In September 2011 we returned to this village again for the donation of school materials for the children and medical check-ups for all the villagers of Pat Le and surrounding villages. Some of Pat Le villages were brought to an eye-clinic in Bogalay one month later. Click here for the detailed report readmore

Pyawbwe Gyi August 08

Pyawbwe Gyi August 08 8/13/2008 12:00:00 AM
We donated medicines to the local hospital. readmore