HMBD Foundation has implemented with partnership of JISP (Japan International Support Program) and JPF (Japan Platform) funded program with the association of PRIDE at Camp-17 in Rohingya Refugee Camp. We are providing following services to the FDMNs in this program:
|OPD and Mobile Health Post:
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Health Management BD Foundation had secured one of demanding need for the FDMN’s, the Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS), Gender Based Violence (GBV), awareness program like child protection, safe delivery, vaccination, human trafficking etc., regular home visit by women volunteers, food and mosquito net distribution in dengue prone season other than health care delivery.
The Project was Mental Health & Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) for the Displaced Population in Cox’s Bazar, started on 1st of June 2019 till November 30th 2019 at camp -17 in Kutupalang zone. The project was successfully completed and benefited about 5000 FDMN’s
By the health post around 10,577 beneficiaries taken health services, out of which 8,340 directly from general OPD consultations and 2,237 by Mobile Health Post (weekly based)
We have successfully imparted primary health care services to around 131,957 patients at our health post at Camp-13, Thainkhali, Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazar. The focus is on treating mothers and children suffering from infectious diseases, pregnant women, elderly people, newborn babies etc.
Due to the living condition in a crowded tent, children are suffering from pneumonia, asthma, measles, diarrhoea, skin disease, diphtheria and common cold, viral fever etc. HMBD Foundation provided the primary health support and necessary medicines to the affected people.
Most of the Rohingya women had gone through severe trauma due to the influx, lack of safe delivery, proper medical support and lives in extremely difficult conditions. HMBD Foundation started its ‘Maternal and Child Health Care Service” at Camp-13, Thainkhali, Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazar for Rohingya refugee women.
HMBD Foundation treated around 26,415 Rohingya women at its health post. Our objective is to improve MCH service through increasing access to an enhanced and adequate health, maternal and child services
HMBD Foundation’s maternal and child health care center is well equipped with the latest medical equipment. We have provided normal delivery services to the Rohingya women at our maternal and child health care center.
Health Management BD Foundation (HMBD) is running a palliative care center in Tongi-Abdullahpur slum near Dhaka since 2018 for the slum dwellers. This type of care is focused on relief from the symptoms and stress of a serious illness. The goal is to improve quality of life for both the patient and the family. Palliative care is provided by a specially-trained team of doctors, nurses and other specialists who work together with a patient’s other doctors to provide an extra layer of support. It is appropriate at any age and at any stage in a serious illness, and it can be provided along with curative treatment