The Health Department is committed to ensuring the well-being of children, with a focus on those who are working or living on the streets. Our strategy encompasses:

Activities of the Health Department:

  • Free Healthcare Solutions: Crafting and implementing strategies to provide free healthcare services to working and street children.
  • Health Research: Conducting comprehensive studies on the health of these children and their families, and sharing findings with the community and relevant institutions.
  • Awareness Campaigns: Raising awareness and changing societal perceptions regarding the health issues faced by working and street children.
  • Government Collaboration: Building partnerships with the Ministry of Health to align with and advance our core objectives.
  • Networking with Health Facilities: Engaging with hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies to secure necessary health services.
  • Medical Services Provision: Offering medical care and health services directly to the beneficiaries of our center.
  • Health Education: Educating children on personal and communal health practices.

Volunteer Engagement:

  • Community Involvement: Encouraging community members and volunteers to participate in the Health Department’s daily operations, no specialized expertise required.
  • Student and Graduate Participation: Welcoming students and graduates from relevant fields to volunteer and contribute their knowledge and skills.
  • Personal Initiative: Empowering volunteers to foster individual relationships that support the Health Department’s objectives.

Through these efforts, we aim to create a supportive environment that promotes the health and well-being of every child we serve.