As told by Rtr. Gayathrika Bandara
“It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.”
With the intention of providing health services to the society and gifting hope and happiness of wellbeing, Rotaract Club of
To ensure proper diagnosis, sophisticated equipment
“This area reports a high rate of child pregnancy. The major cause is the illiteracy of the villagers. Therefore such medical camps will truly uplift the meaning of the lives of the villagers.”, was the opinion of the MOH officer who witnessed and supported these efforts throughout.
After more than five hours of service, the medical camp wound up with content and satisfaction equal in the minds of all the volunteers. The smiles on their faces showed how much this worthy endeavour meant to them. Bidding goodbye to one of the most attractive surroundings was another big challenge. The rustling sound of the leaves left us hope and encouragement to heal many untouched hearts in future.