In Pakistan's makeshift camps, mobile health clinics save lives

Seemingly oblivious to the constant stream of trucks, gasoline fumes and dust being kicked up by the traffic roaring past this tiny makeshift camp on the outskirts of Sukkar, Dr. Nasreen Khaskheli listened intently to her patients’ descriptions of their ailments.

She nodded empathically and, after a thorough consultation, dispensed the required medications.

This mobile team of three health workers – supported by UNICEF – visits up to four makeshift camps each day and has been known to treat over 300 patients daily, all presenting a variety of ailments.

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