Project | 01
India | Bawana Clinic
When 25,000 slum dwellers were moved to a new settlement outside New Delhi, the people were left without medical care. Link Hands collaborated with a regional coalition of caregivers and the municipality to fund a medical clinic.
Project | 02
Thailand | Medical Clinics
In Northern Thailand outside of Mae Hong Son, Link Hands provided medical care for refugees and the local tribal community. Part of this involved training a traditional tribal midwife as a community medic. Another medical clinic was funded to support five neighboring villages.
Project | 03
Mongolia | Medical Care & Operations
In Mongolia, Link Hands funds operations and treatments for critically ill children, purchases medical equipment for state-run clinics and hospitals and sponsors training for doctors. In addition, we are providing medical devices that help people live healthy lives.