Whenever we fall ill, it’s as simple as getting into a car and driving to our local medical practitioner. While we may take what seems to be an effortless medical appointment for granted, there are many South Africans who don’t have easy access to proper healthcare facilities.
‘Health for All’ is an exciting and fruitful new project that has been implemented in the Vaal Triangle, Johannesburg. The project, pioneered by Moulana Muhammed Saloojee of Lenasia, features a mobile clinic that services the ill and underprivileged in this area. The mobile clinic was launched on 1 June 2017, with the aim of benefiting poverty-stricken communities who don’t have access to primary healthcare. Individuals from the areas of Orange Farm, Sebokeng and Palm Springs will now receive free health care, at their convenience.
A sponsorship of R50 000 is being donated monthly to run this mobile clinic service.
This commendable project will improve the physical health and wellbeing of all those unable to travel to a doctor or afford healthcare. The Ajmal Family from India stand out as great benefactors and supporters of this project.