We are one of our community’s oldest and most active NGOs and we work to create a stronger community through projects that involve or affect all the people of our island.
Recently three new medical volunteers arrived to the island, Shaheer, Fares and AJ. Shaheer and Fares are medical students in Bahrain, 2 years into their course, by coming to Naifaru’s hospital they are getting the opportunity to learn how a hospital is run, and getting a jump start on medical practice. AJ has completed his time at medical school in New Zealand, and will soon be practicing as a doctor, this is a great opportunity to learn how different cultures/countries practice medicine. He will also bring a fresh perspective and can assist the doctors with procedures.
Not only have they brought their time, but also a donation of incredibly useful medical supplies, which were much appreciated by the hospital. Some of these supplies can be used to measure blood pressure, blood oxygen levels, there is also a machine that can assist with the administration of medicine.
We are grateful to the contribution our volunteers make, and we hope they have a great and useful experience in the hospital.