A group of 16 doctors from the Hochland 154 Round Table are in the Epukiro Constituency, providing health-related services mostly targeting young mothers and senior citizens.

A group of medics aimed to assist 400 locals around Epukiro.

“The rush part of the project stands for rural upliftment of social health care. Round Table is a main service club that tries to do as much as community projects in our local communities and where that is needed. With the medic rush project undertaken for the past 16 years, we have tried to reach most parts of the region and in Namibia with the aim of really trying to support the local community,” says Chaiperson of Hochland 154 Round Table, Stefan Du Raan.

The group chose a region where they will be offering their service for free.

With assistance from the police, NamPower, and sponsors, the project managed to set up two permanent clinics in the country.

Du Raan has called for collaboration from various key stakeholders to deliver health services to people at the grassroots level

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