Health & Medical Relief
Health & medical relief is an important project for the Al-Ihsan Foundation. The best of deeds is the one that helps ease or relieve the burden and/or pain of a fellow human being. There are a great number of people and communities around the world who are suffering.
These communities suffer things like epidemic diseases or have large numbers of people with disabilities, malnutrition, and suffer illnesses caused by lack of hygiene and more. These people cannot afford to pay for their hospital bills, medicines, wheelchairs, and any other medical necessities that we often take for granted.
The team at Al-Ihsan Foundation has seen the struggles of these people and recognise the urgency to assist them. That is why we intend on establishing services and facilities that will not only help them temporarily but on a long term basis.
At Al-Ihsan foundation, our goal is to provide access to doctors and medicines for the sick, wheelchairs and walking sticks for the physically restricted, ambulance services to the cut-off communities, hygienic products, and instruction to families living in polluted and unsanitary conditions.
‘Health is a crown that the healthy wear on their heads, but only the sick can see it’
Join the Al-Ihsan Foundation today and help those who are unable to get help. Purchase a wheelchair, support our ambulance service or provide hygienic products to those who suffer from avoidable diseases.
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18,800 Indonesian’s are currently shackled for mental health conditions. (Source)
57 countries worldwide have critical shortages of doctors, nurses, and midwives
A large body of evidence confirms that many people in the developing world go without health care from which they could benefit greatly. The poor in developing countries are even less likely than the better off to receive effective health care.
One of Al-Ihsan Foundations’ first projects was to provide walking aid to those in need in Indonesia. Our team visited the city of Karawang and provided walking aid which included;
- 3 and 4-foot walking aid
- Canes etc.
The campaign was such a success that ongoing care to empower those in need was highly supported. Ongoing donations will go towards purchasing walking aid and distributed to those financially stricken and in need, whether they are children, adults, or the elderly.
Indonesian Disability Project Video – October 2015