10 July 2012

Gambia: Free Eye Care Camp to Arrive Banjul

The world Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) has decided to bring free eye care to the country through the Supreme Islamic Council.The Imam of Jimpex mosque and a member of WAMY, Ibrahim Jarjue, said the eye doctors are medical doctors from Pakistan who are members of WAMY and are due in Banjulfrom 9th-11th July 2012.

The Camp, he said, is brought to help people with eye defects; ranging from all ages, and one is expected to have his\her eye checked at any hospital and depending on the defect,the individual's name would be noted and forwarded to doctors.

He revealed that the free package includes feeding, hospital bills, medication, and all other requirements for the treatment. He furthersaid WAMY has 57 branches across the world but Gambia and Guinea Bissau are under the branch in Dakar, but it is their wish to also have a branch in the country.

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