The Foundation is organizing, from November 11 to 13, a medical solidarity action at the Had M’sila center, a rural town belonging to the Tainaste circle in Taza. This operation marks the resumption of the medical campaign program suspended in March 2020, and reactivated following the improvement of national health indicators. It will provide primary care to a population that has had to interrupt medical monitoring due to the pandemic and the difficulty of accessing specialized medical care.
The medical intervention is scheduled in Had M’sila, a center with a population of nearly 67,000 inhabitants whose epidemiological profile is characterized by a predominance of chronic diseases and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The caravan will thus focus on a range of services covering curative care in general and specialized medicine (gynecology, pediatrics, pneumology, ophthalmology, rheumatology, gastroenterology and dentistry), diagnostic care, preventive care (screening for chronic diseases, breast cancer, cervical cancer and diabetes) and awareness raising as well as drug treatments for poor populations and people with disabilities.
It mobilizes the traditional partners of the program, namely the provincial health directorate of Taza, local authorities, the University Hospital Center (CHU) of Fez, the approved medical associations (Association Action Urgence, ANFAS - Moroccan Association for Aid to Patients With Achieved of Chronic Respiratory Pathology and ARS - Association of Health Retirees) as well as the Mohammed VI National Center for the Disabled. An important human and technical device is thus planned in order to offer the necessary care and to meet the demand of the populations under the best conditions.
This medical operation will take place in accordance with health and distancing instructions in order to ensure health security of the populations.