This program is an annual event of Sadiqh (Youth) Bureau since 2011. About 1,500 people benefiting the program and 250 volunteers from various non-profit organisations shall taking part to succeed the one-day program. This is program is conducted as a charity to the public for their initiative to come forward examine their health condition status and to prevent awareness on health issues.
From 8:00am until 5:00pm
At Masjid India Muslim Tengku Kelana, Klang
Lot 32, Jalan Tengku Kelana, 41000 Klang, Selangor D.E., Malaysia
Youth Bureau, Masjid India Muslim Tengku Kelana, Klang / +6019-2658445Sadiqh (Youth) Bureau of Masjid India Muslim Tengku Kelana (MIMTK) Klang for the 7th time organised Health Screening Programme (HSP) – [Health Awareness Exhibition Booth, Blood Campaign & Free Medical Examinations] for Klang Valley Community [a.k.a. Program Kempen Kesihatan 2017]. The objective of the event is to foster good knowledge of self-screen and healthy life among the community. And also aim to eventually expand the event into a meet among MNC’s, Public Listed Company and also NGO’s to serve through CSR programs. From the participation on this event, this would be one of NGO's annual CSR initiatives for the public generally. Our core mission of this Health Camp is to raise health awareness and followed by providing free medical check-ups for public. Basically, the majority of the population does not have the knowledge or resources to approach the local government or administration to address their needs. This program, in order to raise awareness, build community relationships and address immediate health concerns, Youth Bureau of Masjid India Muslim Tengku Kelana Klang planned a package of free Medical Camps in the Klang area. Furthermore the objectives are as follows; To provide medical service and consultation to the Klang citizens in MIMTK (please refer to the additional note). To increase awareness of basic hygiene and preventative health care; To determine the percentage of most common diseases among the town and rural urban areas and assess their most pressing medical needs; To improve relationships between the community and public sector; To increase awareness of basic rights. List of medical check-ups planned are as follows; (a) Blood Pressure (b) Blood Glucose (sugar) (c) Body Mass Index (BMI) (d) Dental (e) Eye (f) Breast Cancer Prevention (g) Pap Smear - Papanicolaou (h) Physiotheraphy (i) Medical Consultation & Counseling