First Foray to Fiji, with New Zealand

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.

History of Fiji Neurological Seva

Fiji has no Neurological Unit The Fijians do not have a neurosurgical service or a dedicated neurologist. They have a CAT Scanner and radiologist at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital in Suva.

Activity in Australia

The Sai Medical Unit was established in April 1998. The SOFT program began in Western Australia in 1999. CPR training was given to devotees in NSW, Victoria, Queensland, ACT and Western Australia. Medical equipment has donated and sent overseas.

2010 Medical Camp, Fiji

The 2010 visit to Fiji by the Sai Medical Unit was the 4th occasion upon which free Medical Camps were provided in Fiji. The team comprised of 38 members from Australia and 5 Sai devotees from Fiji.

2011 Medical Camp, Fiji

Inspired by the life of service given by Sathya Sai Baba, medical and dental personnel from Australia flew on 20 August to Nadi Fiji for the 2011 Sai Medical Camp. Dr Gunu Naker the manager and organiser assisted by Dr Lawrence Kissun traveled a few days earlier to ensure efficient and smooth functioning of the …

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2012 Medical Camp, Fiji

The Australia Sai Medical Services Unit held its Medical Camp for the sixth year in Fiji, this year in the island of Viti Levu. The medical camps were held in the villages of Raki Raki, Tavua, Lautoka, Sigatoka Valley and Sigatoka town. 42 medical personnel (35 from Australia, 1 from United Kingdom and 6 from …

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Feedback from the 2013 Sai Medical Camp, Fiji ~ Page 5

In service to the people of Fiji and to Sathya Sai Baba, the 7th Annual Sai Medical Camp took place with more volunteers and patients attending than ever before. Dr Gunu Naker (Project Manager) compiled a selection of feedback received from Volunteers and Participants in the 2013 Sai Medical Camp. This feedback is given below: