Project Description


Living and working on the streets brings with it a multitude of health risks; sadly, skin and immune illnesses, infections and injuries are all too common. Each center e regularly hosts a “free mobile clinic“ which provides check-ups, medication and treatment. For those who need hospital treatment, we help by going with them and also paying their bills. We are able to help over 1000 people each year with the mobile clinic.

Our medical emergency fund provides essential help – quickly and without bureaucracy.

Public healthcare in Myanmar is inadequate and the poorest people in society have little or no access to even basic health services. Thousands of children die every year because their parents cannot afford doctors or medical treatment. Many poor families of seriously ill children have been saved from financial ruin by this project because they didn’t have to pay enormous medical bills.

An emergency medical fund without bureaucracy, that is quick and easy to access is literally a life-saver for families who cannot afford operations or prolonged treatment.


Project start: June 2015

Project objective: regular health care check-ups, health care emergency treatments, hospital and surgery support

Project areas: all SSO project locations in Yangon and Nga Pyaw Kyaun village (Ayeyarwaddy Delta)

Total beneficiaries: 1.500 children and family members

Supported by: RED CHAIRity, private donations

Future plan: Extending the funds of our emergency fund. Provide special support to physically handicapped children and youth through a mobile physical therapist.


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