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Hope Clinic


    Village clinic is the smallest public health unit in the three-level network of county, township and village. It is closest to rural people and contributes greatly on improving their health conditions. However, most clinics face the challenge of poor qualities of basic facilities, bad conditions and overall weak ability of services with even some villages having no medical service at all. The Hope Clinic program will construct a new clinic (or renovate an old clinic) for impoverished villages, upgrade its equipment and train the medical staff. The program will improve medical environment in township hospitals, enhance the ways, standard and accuracy of diagnosis and treatment and provide better services for patients.
    A donation of 100,000 for a Hope Clinic (10% of the funds will be used on the program management and general administration of CYDF).

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