There are streams of people arriving destitute and extremely traumatized, and who have had no access to medical care. Our HAEFA medical teams in Kutupalong and Balukhali Rohingya camps have provided medical care and medicines to 31,000 patients since Oct. 9, 2017. We register each patient and store information in Digital Health-cards that makes proper follow-up care possible. We need your support to help provide urgent medical and humatarian assistance to the Rohingyas.
Health and Education for All (HAEFA)'s Medical Teams at Kutupalong and Balukhali Rohingya camps in Ukhiya. HAEFA is the only healthcare provider that has been using digital Health Cards and EMR-based mobile technologies to store medical records including findings, diagnosis, medicines (Rx), and follow-up results. We express our SINCERE GRATITUDE to all our donors from the USA who have been contributing generously to our continued efforts to help avert a humanitarian disaster.