Community hails NGO for mobile clinic

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People of Thandaza in Nkhotakota district have hailed a non-governmental organisation known as H20 for providing a mobile clinic that diagnosed them on various diseases.

Chief Thandaza of the area said that the coming of this clinic helped the community members to simply access medical help easily.

“We can’t take this for granted, this is really a blessing to us since among all areas in Nkhotakota district H20 chose this area. We are strongly appreciating the kind heart of this non-governmental organisation. God must continue blessing them as they are continuing helping Malawians in various aspects,” said Chief Thandaza.

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People of Thandaza can afford a smile.

One of the patients Amiti Rajab told Malawi24 that the mobile clinic really helped him to access medicines that he failed to easily have get at district hospital.

According to Amiti, some medicines for diseases such as Tuberculosis are rarely available at district hospitals and the help from H20 is really a blessing.

“As you know that most public hospitals these days are running out of drugs and this help is coming in good time,” said Amiti.

The medical clinic helped over 200 patients in the villages of Kapanga, Nkhandwe, Thandaza, Chamba, Mbalame, Chinziri and Kawelama in Traditional Authority Malengachanzi in Nkhotakota district.

Among other diseases that were treated are scabies, pneumonia, malaria, tuberculosis, high blood pressure and asthma.

H20 is a non-governmental organisation that works in various areas in Malawi, Uganda and Zambia.

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  1. This is the best way of providing health care to those who need it most ,keep it up hope it will soon be available through out the country

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