The youths of Malaysia, together with other organisations, got together to conduct a three-day, free medical outreach camp under the Sri Sathya Sai Asia Pacific Medical Outreach programme with a team of local doctors at the premises of a mill factory at Mukah Town, Sarawak, Malaysia. The entire outreach team assembled at various places and made their way to Mukah town. The medical camp was set up at the site office of the mill.
The medical team started their journey, which took approximately ten to eleven hours. The team was given accommodations at the staff quarters at Mukah Town during the duration of the medical camp.
The camp commenced on the following day, on December 9, 2017, and the mill workers were the first batch of patients of the medical camp, followed by the villagers from the surrounding villages around the mill. A total of 85 medical patients were screened and treated.
Forty-four dental patients had their teeth extracted. Additionally, two cases that needed urgent medical attention were detected and prompt actions were taken to assist the matter.
The medical camp ended that evening, and the volunteers made their journey back the next morning, on December 10, 2017.