With over 20 volunteer medical doctors as our partners, ElShaddai is reaching out to communities in 8 different locations in the Klang Valley through our mobile clinic service. People being attended to include Afghans, Somalis, Rohingyas, Yemenis, Iranians, Cambodians and many others.

This mobile clinic service in various locations has opened doors and built bridges into several communities. Through the healthcare platform, we are not only providing physical health screening and support, but also mental and spiritual support as we realize that the communities are prone to depression and are highly stressed with their complicated real-life issues.

    With over 20 volunteer medical doctors as our partners, ElShaddai is reaching out to communities in 8 different locations in the Klang Valley through our mobile clinic service.

    Where the need arises, we also provide antenatal care to pregnant mothers among the Afghan, Rohingya and Indonesian communities who cannot afford to go to hospitals for check-up. Through our support, we hope the communities can at least have a healthier lifestyle both physically and mentally.

    Our main purpose is to provide basic healthcare support for refugees who have limited access to local medical services, including:

    Medical Consultation

    Outpatients Treatment

    Dispensing Medicines

    Newly Arrived Child