The Human Relief Foundation (HRF) medical camp has been running since September 2017. It operates six times a week, serving over 220 people a day. However, the team is now finding it difficult to maintain it due to funds. It is at risk of closing.
This clinic has been a lifeline to hundreds of Rohingya refugees including women and children operating six times a week treating illnesses in their early stages to prevent serious outcomes and even death.
Rohingya refugees are living in conditions with extremely poor hygiene and limited water supply, disease and illness spread quick, with a range of outbreaks such as cholera, diphtheria and skin infections.