Jamaa Mission Hospital participates in several activities that form its Core Corporate Social Responsibility.
- The Fistula Project
- The Annual Medical Camp
- Feeding Programme for the Hungry and Malnourished Children
- Comprehensive Care Clinic
- TB Clinic
In 2004, Jamaa Mission Hospital received support to launch a program to perform fistula repairs on women with obstetric fistula and to train health care providers in pre-and post- operative care and rehabilitation.
Read more information about Our Fistula Project
Annual Medical Camp
The Hospital in partnership with its suppliers and Visiting Consultants carry out a free medical camp embracing all selected fields of medicine to the local community. The camp is normally on the third Saturday of April every year. Since its inception 12 years ago, more than 15,000 people have benefitted from these camps.
Feeding Programme for the Hungry and Malnourished Children
The hospital with support from well wishers regularly identify needy people who require food and children who are malnourished and plan a feeding camp for them. The food is sourced from well wishers, relevant government departments and NGO’s and given to the identified group.
Comprehensive Care Clinic
This clinic is held weekly every Friday between 8:00 am and 1:00 pm. It is carried out in partnership with the Ministry of Health and supports those affected and living with HIV Aids. We have over 1000 beneficiaries of this collaboration. We also get support from Aphia Plus through Catholic Medical Mission Board.
This clinic is also supported by the Ministry of Health through donation of TB drugs. The clinic runs every Thursday between 8:00 am and 1:00 pm. The clinic is able to support those affected by TB in the surrounding estates and not able to travel long distances to get the drugs form the government facilities. Currently it is supporting over 80 patients.