The Sathya Sai Medical Units of Australia and Fiji carried out its 13th annual free Medical Camp in Fiji between 12 and 16 August 2019 at Dreketi Central College and Korotari Arya Primary School in the rural areas of the Island of Vanua Levu, Fiji. A large team of health professionals and volunteers carried out a total of 1775 consultations for 1018 patients.
The Sathya Sai Medical Units of Australia and Fiji carried out their twelfth annual Medical Camp in Fiji from 12 – 18, August 2018. A large team of professional and supporting volunteers administered to the needs of a considerable number of people seeking medical assistance. Supplementary to the camp were conferences and a workshop organised for the benefit of Fiji medical and dental professionals and students.
The Sai Medical Unit of the Sathya Sai International Organisation of Australia & PNG combined with its Fijian counterpart to conduct a free medical camp for those in need in Fiji during August 2017. They also conducted Medical and Dental conferences for local professionals as additional services. These are on-going service activities that have been carried out over the last 11 years. 1754 patients were treated over the period, with some receiving major surgical treatment, a further 349 people were attended to by the dental unit.
With Blessings and Divine Guidance this year’s medical camp was held from 14 to 19 August on the Fijian island of Vanua Levu. As usual the service was a combined Australian and Fijian Sai service activity providing free of charge medical and related services to the people of Fiji. There were 57 volunteers from Australia and 6 from Fiji. The Australian volunteers came from as far as Western Australia.
After a Category 5 cyclone struck Fiji on 20 February 2016, the Sathya Sai International Organisation of Zone 3 – Australia and Papua New Guinea, Fiji and New Zealand, sprang into action immediately. Sathya Sai volunteers started offering hot meals, food packets, drinking water, clothes and medical care to the victims of the natural disaster.