The Mobile Tele-Medicine Unit has an ECG, X-ray machine and pathology and bio-chemistry labs is also being railed to Bihar from Kochi by a special train.
An cardiac ambulance van is fully equipped with defibrillator, monitors, ventilators, syringe pump, infusion pump and pulse-oximetre. It is being transported via rail to Bihar.
Medicines and other relief materials are being loaded into the wagon for Bihar flood relief
Brahmacharis on the way to the villages
Water every where
People now live in these shelters
This is our home. This is all we have.
This is life here
Most of the people lost every thing in the flood.
AIMS doctors in a medical camp
Br. Nijamrita consoling the villagers."Baba, this is the first time I have smiled after the incident. I feel better after having talked to you" said Manoj Kumar (man in the middle).
No house, no wealth, lost crops, and no seeds for the future cultivation
Dr. Beena checking the health of a baby
AIMS doctors in a medical camp. "You are the first doctors who have come here to our camp. We are very grateful to you. To us you are God in human form" said one of the villagers.
Do you see a bright future for us?
Dr. Vishnu and Dr. Beena at a medical camp in Bihar.
A volunteer is giving away medicines at a medical camp in Bihar.
An AIMS volunteer is dressing the wound of a boy. A scene from Bihar medical camp
Many people are still living on roof tops even after 20 days.