“Whoever removes a worldly hardship from a believer, Allah will remove one of the hardships of the Day of Resurrection from him. (Narrated by Muslim, 2699)
Healthcare Project in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is identified as one of the countries with severe health worker shortages. Many people in Bangladesh from different districts and rural areas are unable to afford the expenses when it comes to medicine due to the imbalance of poor people specifically being designated in one area with no support. Due to this many vulnerable, elderly, children, and infants are suffering with many infections/diseases with no choice, but to rely on the people to donate for them.
Goreeb & Eatheem has been aiding poor and needy families with healthcare support since inception especially in rural areas where Medical operation, general treatment, Cataract Operation and Blind people support are required. This also includes families struggling to meet and pay their medical treatment and medicine cost bills.
In 2016, we helped around 15 people with their individual operation and 45 with general treatments and provided them with medicine. Also, we provided an ambulance at one of our partnered Madrasha’s in which is kept as a standby in case of an emergency within the area.
The average cost of operation is around £3,000 and general treatment is around £200. We have monthly healthcare support for elderly and other in medical need. We provide them with food supply and medication.
Our main goal is to create a foundation for a medical camp in which will provide a stable and efficient life line for people who are in need. We also aim to help those who are in critical condition and require medicine and reach out to those who are in areas where it is difficult to travel.