Free Surgical and Medical Camp

The ABA Foundation is committed to improving healthcare access for underprivileged populations. To this end, we will be organizing routine free surgical and medical camps throughout the year. The camps will provide basic medical check-ups, treatment, and surgeries to those who may not have access to such facilities. The camps will be held in different locations throughout the year to reach the maximum number of people.


  1. Venue selection: The ABA Foundation will select suitable locations for the medical camps, based on the availability of the underprivileged population in the area. The location should be easily accessible to the people, and arrangements for transportation should be made.

  2. Staffing: The ABA Foundation will recruit medical professionals, including doctors, nurses, and support staff, for the camp. Volunteers can also be engaged to assist with registration and crowd management.

  3. Equipment and Supplies: The ABA Foundation will procure and arrange for medical equipment and supplies for the camp. This includes surgical instruments, medicines, diagnostic equipment, and other medical supplies.

  4. Pre-camp publicity: The ABA Foundation will conduct advertisements and announcements in advance to ensure that people are aware of the camp and its location.

  5. Registration and Screening: On the day of the camp, the ABA Foundation will conduct registration and screening of patients. This includes taking patient history, conducting physical examinations, and determining the need for further medical care or surgical procedures.

  6. Medical Treatment: The ABA Foundation will provide basic medical care and treatment to patients. This includes administering medication, dressing wounds, and providing counseling.

  7. Surgical Procedures: For patients requiring surgical procedures, the ABA Foundation will have a surgical team in place to perform surgeries. Surgical procedures will be conducted in a sterile environment, and adequate post-operative care will be provided.

  8. Follow-up Care: The ABA Foundation will provide appropriate instructions and guidance to patients who require follow-up care. Arrangements will be made to ensure that patients receive the necessary follow-up care.

Period of Implementation

The ABA Foundation will organize the camps at the following intervals throughout the year:

February: The camp will be organized to coincide with World Cancer Day on February 4th. The focus will be on cancer screening, detection, and treatment.

April: The camp will be organized to coincide with World Health Day on April 7th. The focus will be on general health check-ups and disease prevention.

June: The camp will be organized during the summer months, when people may be more prone to heat-related illnesses. The focus will be on heat-related illnesses and general health check-ups.

August: The camp will be organized to coincide with National Immunization Awareness Month in August. The focus will be on immunization and disease prevention.

November: The camp will be organized to coincide with World Diabetes Day on November 14th. The focus will be on diabetes screening, detection, and treatment.

ABA Foundation

The objectives of ABA Foundation is Helping People Live Better Life and to Promote the Socio - Economic Welfare of the Vulnerable Communities especially the Destitute Children, Orphans, Widows, Disaster Affected People and Poor Families affected by HIV / AIDS among others.

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