06 June 2020   13. Shawwal 1441
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Kwadabeka Clinic receives printers

On Friday, 29 March 2019 Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre donated two Epson printers to the Kwadabeka Community Health Centre based in Durban.

Over 800 patients are attended to daily at the centre and blood tests are done for at some 400 patients. However, results of blood tests could not be printed due to a lack of functional printers.

The CEO of the Health Centre, Dr. J Ramdeen, received both printers from the Head of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre’s Relief Team, Abdul Saeed Shaik. Dr. Ramdeen, management members and staff of the Health Centre expressed their sincere and heartfelt appreciation for the gesture.

In a letter of appreciation Dr. Ramdeen stated :

“The Management, Staff and Patients of Kwadabeka CHC would like to extend our gratitude to Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre for the generous donation of 2 printers.”

“Darul Ihsan’s speedy response to our request was most appreciated, the printers being within 10 days of our request.”

“We are certain that your kind donation will improve the patient satisfaction at Kwadabeka CHC by making a positive impact on the quality and efficiency of care,”

All outreaches of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre are made possible through the generous contributions and ongoing support of the Muslim community.

Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre

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