To Medical and Dental Professionals, Clinicians, Nurses, Opticians, Para-Medical and General Volunteers
Registration for 2019 Sai MediCare Camp – Vanua Levu, Fiji is now open.
The Sathya Sai Medical Units of Australia and Fiji carried out their twelfth annual Medical Camp in Fiji from 12 – 18, August 2018. A large team of professional and supporting volunteers administered to the needs of a considerable number of people seeking medical assistance. Supplementary to the camp were conferences and a workshop organised for the benefit of Fiji medical and dental professionals and students.
With Blessings and Divine Guidance this year’s medical camp was held from 14 to 19 August on the Fijian island of Vanua Levu. As usual the service was a combined Australian and Fijian Sai service activity providing free of charge medical and related services to the people of Fiji. There were 57 volunteers from Australia and 6 from Fiji. The Australian volunteers came from as far as Western Australia.
Healthy ageing is about enhancing opportunities for good health, so that older people can take an active part in society and enjoy an independent and high quality of life. Canberra doctors along with the Sai Medical Unit of Australia will conduct a healthy ageing workshop on 2nd of April.
You may read reports detailing the history of the Sai Medical Unit below:
Sathya Sai Baba Organisation has centers in 157 countries world-wide. For administrative purposes, the Organisation is divided into worldwide zones and has regions in those zones. Sri Lanka falls into the same zone as Australia. International relief for the 26 December Tsunami and subsequent earthquakes in the region has followed the Relief Response Pathway. This pathway has three stages, incorporating but not limited to:- immediate aid and assessment; recovery aid, and long term rehabilitation and recovery service.
During 2007, a two week medical camp was provided to Fiji with over 40 medical and allied personnel participating. Volunteers from Australia, New Zealand and the USA participated and provided free medical care.
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