Like many health facilities around the world, we too are facing financial challenges as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Our medical center’s operational costs are usually covered by income from the medical center while donations fund our social projects. However, with the pandemic, people are staying home so our operational income has dropped dramatically while basic expenses, such as salaries and maintenance, continue. We are grateful to our generous funders who have kept all of our programs operational during this challenging time.

We are preparing to launch a major renovation to our physical plant. We are focused on modernizing and refurbishing the current structure and improving our use of space. We will be adding a birthing room to enhance our pre- and post-natal care program. Our neighborhood’s street level drainage system has been upgraded so the problem of recurrent water infiltration of our basement level is resolved. We will be creating more rooms inside and more parking spaces outside.