BRAIN conducts free health camp

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The Bhutanese Refugees Association of Intellectual Novas (BRAIN) conducted a daylong dental and eye health camp in Sanishchare this Sunday.

Doctors checking a patient during the camp/photo courtesy : titopiromitho.com

According to the association Pioneer, Basudev Khanal, around 500 exiled Bhutanese received free dental and eye check-ups and treatment during the camp.

Association of Medical Doctors of Asia (AMDA) Nepal and Lifeline Hospital provided technical assistance and human resources for the camp, Khanal informed.

Formed in July 2010, the BRAIN has been established as one of the social organizations to promote and educate Bhutanese people about girl trafficking and drug abuse, among others.

It works in collaboration with various aid agencies working in the camp.

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  1. Y BRAIN FOR REFUGEE HEALTH CONCERN,THERE R ALREADY AMDA NEPAL N UNHCR 2 LOOK AFTER THEIR HEALTH.IT IS JUST FOR OTHER BUSINESS.THERE R MANY WHO CAN,T HEAR & SEE.DO THEY RECEIVE ANY HEARING AIDS,OR GLASSESS.PEOPLE R ALWAYS AFTER MONEY.REFUGEE CAMPS R BANKS 4 MANY SO CALLED INTELLECTUALS.MANY PEOPLE WHO SUFFER FROM DENTAL PROBLEMS GETS TREATMENT FROM PRIVATE HOSPITAL.SO FAR NO ONE HAS TURNS THEIRS EYES TOWARDS DRUG ABUSE,MANY YOUTHS N TEENAGERS R IN HIGH RISK BECAUSE OF DRUG ABUSE.M SURE THIS ASSOCIATION WILL COMPLITE SOME PAPER WORK JUST TO FULFIL THEIR HUNGRY STOMACH.