Sajid* recently attended one of our mobile clinics at a brick kiln. His hands and feet were covered in mud as he came straight from making bricks.
He had a fever, fatigue, and a cough with bleeding, which had already lasted for one month.
Sajid said that he is the only one in his family who works and earns a livelihood. But during the past month, he has not been able to work as much and had to take more loans from the brick kiln owner to survive.
Because of this, his loan keeps increasing, and he does not have any hope to get freedom from this slavery.
Our doctor examined Sajid and gave him the required medication, but some tests were necessary to fully diagnose his disease. The next day we tested his blood and took an X-ray, which revealed that he was suffering from tuberculosis.
While this is not good news, it is positive that he was diagnosed, and now he has started his medication.
Sajid was very thankful to RAM and World Compassion Fellowship for arranging the medical clinic. By bringing medical care to brick kilns, thousands of patients are able to access necessary healthcare services.
Already in debt and located far from any reputable doctors, those at brick kiln factories, where health hazards abound, is nearly impossible.
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