Jamat-ud- Dawah has carried out a 3-day campaign of medical camps in Baluchistan in which doctors and paramedical staff has participated from all parts of the country. Seven teams managed the entire campaign that was carried out in Quetta as well as other areas of Baluchistan. They treated more than 20,000 patients and distributed large amounts of free medicines. There were seven camps set up in Quetta, three camps in Chamman, two camps in Ziarat and one in Soab.
While providing details regarding the medical mission, Jamat-ud-Dawah’s Hafiz Abdul Rauf said that during the 3-day campaign Professor Doctor Naeem Mughal, Senator Doctor Sher Afgan, Surgeon Doctor Abu Zarr Saleem, Doctor Sajjid Khan, Doctor Khalil ur Rehman, Doctor Shabir ur Rehman, Doctor Umer Farooq, Doctor Nasir Hadani, Doctor Dawood Khalid, Doctor Muhammad Bilal, Doctor Muhammad Khalid, and Doctor Abdul Basit as well as other senior doctors attended the 3-day medical camp.
Around 20,000 patients were treated in Quetta, Pashin, Ziyarat, Sunjavi, Loura Layi, Chamman, Khanozayee, Kachalak, Muslim Baagh, Siranaan, Dera Adbul Shakoor, Damar as well as other areas, and medicines were distributed free. .
He said that on the third day of the camp, medical aid and free medicines were given in Quetta, Menmoosa Colony, Saryab Road, Abdul Alvi Chowk, Pashtun Abad and Bareech Market.
At Saryab road, 850 patients were treated and given free medicines.
At Abdul Wali Chowk, 2400 patients were treated and given free medicines.
At Bareech Market 1100 patients were treated and given free medicines.
At Soab, 1100 patients were treated and given free medicines.
At Chamman Mujahid Hospital, 1000 patients were treated and given free medicines.
At Cheena in Ziarat, 1150 patients were treated and given free medicines.
Jamat-ud-Dawah is working on a number of areas in Baluchistan besides this.
One of the major areas focused on is providing water for which they have been digging wells. They also focus on building schools and medical centers
It is also known that Jamat-ud-Dawah held 3 free medical camps of this kind over the last 18 months.
Ameer Mufti Hafiz Muhammad Qasim of Jamat-ud-Dawah Baluchistan said that doctors and paramedical staff from all over Pakistan have come to help out here, expressing their love and unity with the people here.