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ISF organizes health camp
August 26, 2017, 3:53 pm
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Indian Social Forum (ISF), a socio cultural organization of Indians in Kuwait, in association with Badr Al Samaa organized a free health camp on Friday, 25 August at Badr Al Samaa Medical Centre, Farwaniya.

Hundreds of expatriates including women and children benefited from the health camp where free checkups including fasting blood sugar, blood pressure, total cholesterol, SGPT (liver screening) and creatinine (kidney screening) were provided. Many participants made use of the free consultations from Doctors specialized in General Medicine, Internal Medicine, Urology, Gynecology, Pediatrics, General Surgery, and Dentistry. This social initiative was part of the forum's ongoing efforts aimed at creating health awareness among expatriates especially the less privileged sections of Indian community.

The day-long event was formally inaugurated by Hassan Yusuf, Social Activist and Ex. President of Karnataka Muslim Welfare Association in the presence of Abdul Razak, Administration Manager, BADR Al Samaa.

Addressing the gathering, Mr. Yusuf discussed lifestyle diseases and mentioned that common people often fail to recognize the symptoms of these diseases at the early stages. Timely diagnosis and preventive measures had to be adopted for a healthy life, he added. ISF Karnataka Chapter President, Imtiyaz Arkula elaborated on the social initiatives taken by Social Forum. Rafeek Manchi, General Secretary, ISF Central Committee delivered the welcome note. Mohammad Asif anchored the proceedings. The event was coordinated by Shah Faisal.

The Social Forum congratulated the doctors, the staff and the management of Badr Al Samaa who rendered their services and contributed towards the camp's success. At the conclusion ceremony, a memento was presented to Badr Al Samaa in recognition for their ongoing commitment and dedicated service in the field of healthcare.

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