MEDICAL RELIEF OUTREACH PROGRAMS
RNM runs Medical Outreaches in the form of Out-Patient Clinics, In-Hospital Surgeries, and Practical Training of local medical workers through interaction with our International Medical Volunteers during Medical Mission trips.
Medical Outreaches are done about 1 or 2 times a year in selected village communities, and in association with a major health care center, hospital or clinic. They are often held in school or church buildings to allow enough space for all the patients that fluck the line to get free medical care that are provided mostly by volunteers from USA.
A few special needs surgeries are also performed in those medical centers near the mobile clinic sites. The availability of clean running water in health care centers in West Africa is a challenge. However, our team works most of the time with hospitals and clinics that have access to safe running water.
+ Disease Transmission
+ Waste Disposal
+ Keeping water containers clean
+ Washing hands before eating
+ Good hygiene behaviors
+ Washing with running water
+ Using toilets or latrines
+ Clean hands, clean hearts