Tuesday, April 6, 2010
A volunteer with Aim Abroad initially started our first-aid program for underprivileged children. He was a doctor back in the United States, and he donated many medical supplies to the school. At the school, he taught many of the teachers how to give proper medical treatment to the children with burns, cuts, bacterial skin infections, stomach aches, common colds, etc. The teachers wrote a book of instructions for the other teachers in English and Hindi, so that any teacher give the correct medicine to a child in need of basic health care. Our program has come a long way, ever since the volunteers started helping out with the many projects we have available. We are so happy to reach out and be as successful as possible, to enrich the lives of those in need.