Mangaluru/Kodagu: As a gesture of solidarity towards the flood-ravaged victims of Kodagu, Father Muller Charitable Institutions will be organizing a five days flood relief camp from August 27 to 31 at Kodagu district in Karnataka.
A team of 10 healthcare professionals and other volunteers will take off towards the surge hit areas of Kodagu. Furthermore, the team will be giving free restorative treatment and will dispense free therapeutic supplies at the heath camp.
The team started for the mission on 27 August 2018 at 4.00 pm after being blessed by Rev. Fr. Ajith B. Menezes, Administrator of Father Muller Medical College.
Earlier, the Institution had sent two healthcare teams to the surge influenced regions of Kannur and Wayanad in Kerala where the occupants afflicted with various communicable diseases were provided with essential medical treatment and given free medical supplies and various other relief items at six relief camps of Kannur and Wayanad.
Rev. Fr. Ajith B. Menezes, Administrator of Father Muller Medical College, briefed about the Muller Care Project and congratulated and wished good luck to the doctors for their service mindedness.
Priests in the management, Chaplains, Heads of various units of FMCI, staff and students were present on this occasion.