We count our blessings each day for making the Hospital a reality and dream for those suffering silently. We at BB Cancer & General Hospital understand that no two cancers are the same and nor is each patients diagnosis and journey. We reflect on why we chose to take this path and the personal suffering we have all felt from seeing loved ones suffer with cancer and losing their battle through this deadly disease. Its for the people, for their voice, a chance for them to feel relief that we got this and we got them. With your help we have made this possible for thousands and we cannot thank our Trustees and Donors enough for we are indebted to them for continuing to fund vital life saving treatments all across Bangladesh.
This month has been a mixed of emotions for Beani Bazar Cancer & General Hospital with flourishing partnerships and endless level of love and support from kind and generous supporters wanting to make a difference. We have been busy at the Hospital grounds maintaining a first rate service and here in the UK working our hardest to create a steady financial flow for our Poor Fund.
July has seen a rise of many opportunities, partnerships and new ventures. Our promise to the destitute people of Bangladesh we will not give up on them and be their voice in their darkest hours. BBCGH since opening its Hospital doors has treated patients in the thousands region. We have set up several Medical Camps to reach people in rural areas, provide medical care and vital medication. We hope to expand our services all over Bangladesh.
The month of June concentrates on men’s health, with many suffering from prostrate, testicular and breast cancer. It is also a month recognising all the hero’s that have survived and now are an inspiration to many that have been recently diagnosed and undergoing treatment. Bangladesh at 142 million people, is the ninth most populous country in the world. There are 13-15000 cancer patients in Bangladesh with about 2000 patients newly diagnosed with cancer each year. As an overview, lung cancer and mouth-oropharynx cancer rank as the top two prevalent cancers in male.
With sunny days approaching and flowers blooming beautifully we hope this month to lift the spirits of many all over the world. This month we ask all our readers to remember in prayer our brothers and sisters suffering all around the world. Palestinian Ummah crying for help. Do your bit, charity will become your shade on the day of judgement. Help today and reap the rewards of hereafter In Sha Allah.
Ever since the pandemic hit the UK many charities, businesses and personal income sources have seen a decline with some facing closures, emotional decline and with no one to turn to. The past year has been a tragedy with many losing their loved ones and finding it difficult to pull them self out and work towards a positive outcome.
We hope march brings joy, love and peace. BBCGH are hopeful to raise crucial funding for the people of Bangladesh with your help. Although the UK have faced a pandemic and literally all our lives were placed on halt things are starting to look a bit brighter, with lock down easing and businesses operating as normal. Needless to say we also must play our part and follow government guidelines. This month we prepare to set our selves for the upcoming live appeal.
February has been a fruitful month for our Hospital. With celebrations of our 6th Year Anniversary live and kicking we were able to invite more patients all throughout Bangladesh from different villages and districts. The celebration announcement was advertised to raise awareness, free Medical Camp facility and winter packs for all disadvantaged individuals. Many locals and dignitary representatives praised the services offered all throughout the pandemic and since opening Hospital doors from 2015
December 2020 an end of an era. We all have lived and fought through unusual times. Corona Virus has taken the lives of many loved ones but we all stood in solidarity. The government, local businesses and charitable organisations have come together supporting all boroughs and families weather through food bank schemes or mental and emotional support. The past year has taught us all more about unity and kinship amongst our loved ones and neighbours. Although there has been a rise in cases with many more infected with this deadly disease the NHS has been the back bone for the UK and this is a reflection of the thousands that chose to risk their lives for us all.
We at BBCGH have been working tirelessly throughout the pandemic ensuring our patients are receiving the treatment and crucial medical supplies they desperately require. During this difficult period our Hospital has reviewed over 10,000 patients providing essential medical care. We are pleased to say many have used our facility due to us providing free of charge service for the less privileged. We can proudly say that we are serving our purpose and serving the most needy all throughout Bangladesh.