HEALTH CARE & SANITATION PROGRAMS
Tibetan refugees are vulnerable to a wide range of serious illnesses and disease due to inadequate sanitation and health care in the refugee settlements. The CTA Department of Health’s network of 44 health clinics, nine primary-care centers and seven hospitals provides medical care but its resources are gravely lacking.
The Tibet Fund, with the help of the U.S. Department of State, supports urgently needed programs such as TB and HIV/AIDS Control and Prevention, Maternal and Child Health and Immunization, hospitalizations, essential medicines, public health education, health workers’ training, nutritional food programs in Tibetan schools and safe drinking water and sanitation projects.
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