TDT | Manama
The Daily Tribune – www.newsofbahrain.com
The Indian Ladies Association (ILA) has expressed its love and concern for the low-income group women workers’ segment of society by organising a free medical camp for them. It included Blood Sugar, Cholesterol, URIC ACID, SGPT (liver test), Blood pressure, BMI, free Doctor Consultation, Dental Screening, and Loyalty Card.
The free medical camp was held at Dar Al Shifa Medical Center, Hoora. It was supported by MegaMart, which sponsored refreshments for 50 house helps, and for others the hospital provided breakfast.
In the end, Loyalty Cards giving various discounts to them were distributed and the correct use of them was explained to all attendees. The free medical camp was attended by 120 female house helps, receptionists, cashiers, cleaners, cleaning staff from various nationalities like in the Philippines, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bahrain, India, Bangladesh and Ethiopia ILA extended thanks to Mega Mart for supplying the refreshments for all, and to Radio Mirchi 104.2 FM for spreading the word for this initiative extensively in the past two days and 973 Show for media coverage.
This wouldn’t have been possible without the extensive support from Dar Al Shifa Medical Centre. A memento was presented to the Hon. President and Executive Committee by the Dar Al Shifa Medical centre as their Token of Appreciation. The happiness and contentment on the faces of all the attendees was a real gift for ILA Excom 2022.
ILA is proud to create and pass on the legacy of this beautiful initiatives of giving love not only in the month of February, but throughout the year by conducting workshops and free medical checkups for this section of society that is often taken for granted. For a full one year, ILA focuses on getting the much-required attention and support for low income group female workers in the society.
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