The Sathya Sai Clinic in Botswana has served the community of Gaborone for 11 years. On 23rd April 2017, the clinic launched a public outreach programme. About 200 people, including Read More
The SSIO of Botswana has operated the Sathya Sai Baba Free Medical Clinic, every Sunday for the past eight years. An eye clinic is also offered twice a month for examinations and providing of spectacles, and a dental clinic is held monthly, on Sundays. In 2014, 21 medical professionals, assisted by 30 volunteers and 3 translators, treated 3,126 patients and dispensed medicines. The eye clinic attracts needy patients from remote locations. In 2014, opticians distributed Read More
On the first Sunday of each month, Sathya Sai devotees of Gaborone provide food hampers stocked with bread, sweets, biscuits, fruits, cakes, and a cup of milk, to children at the Naledi Day Care Centre in the Old Naledi Village. From July to October 2014, 400 needy children were served. On the second Sunday of every month, Sathya Sai volunteers serve fruit juice and biscuits to 40 patients at the Cancer and T.B. Centre of Gaborone. On the last Sunday of the month, 150 children in a local village are served lunch by the ladies of the Sathya Sai Centre of Gaborone. These activities are conducted year-round by Sathya Sai volunteers.
The Sathya Sai Free Medical Clinic of Gaborone offers medical services every Sunday, dental care on the second Sunday, and vision care on the third and fourth Sundays of the month to needy patients. Medical services address general health issues as well as dermatological problems, respiratory illnesses, cardiovascular problems, metabolic diseases, and women’s health issues. The clinic is supported by 21 medical professionals, 3 translators, and 30 general volunteers. From July through October 2014, 878 patients received general medical services, 40 patients received dental care, and 96 patients received eye examinations and eyeglasses. All patients who come to the clinic are provided breakfast.