`Friendship Health Clinic’ for climate change affected people

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DHAKA, Feb 29, 2020 (BSS) – The non-governmental organization, ‘Friendship’, today opened another generous window to provide healthcare facilities to the people of Mongla and Bagerhat districts who are often affected by climate change.

The organization is always keen to stand by the ultra-poor people in the remote areas.

The `Friendship Health Clinic’ was inaugurated by the Deputy Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change Habibun Nahar Talukder.

Founder and Executive Director of Friendship Runa Khan, Member of Human Rights Commission Namita Haldar, deputy commissioner, civil surgeon of Bagerhat, high government officials and dignitaries were present on the occasion.

Habibun Nahar hailed the ‘Friendship’ for its initiatives and expressed hope that the people of Mongla will get best available treatment.

`Friendship Health Clinic’ will provide medical facilities to the patients under specialist doctors in general, dental, eye, physiotherapy, guinea, paralysis and skin diseases.

Friendship is now operating over 20 satellite clinics in rural areas.