In partnership with World Compassion Fellowship, RAM Foundation is pleased to announce the opening of its new medical clinic located next the Sablone House. An overwhelming turnout showed up for medical care, with 100 people lining up to be seen the first day.
The clinic’s daily capacity is 30-40 people, but anyone who shows up is scheduled an appointment.
The medical clinic provides free medical care to local Pakistanis, especially religious minorities and brick kiln workers.
The clinic is a crucial step in addressing systemic issues facing minorities, many of which enter into brick kiln slavery in the first place by taking out a loan to pay for medical care.
We thank you all for your ongoing support.
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