Outreach Clinic for Pendatang Asing Tanpa Izin (PATI)

Project Outreach Clinic for Pendatang Asing Tanpa Izin (PATI)

To provide primary health care for immigrant/detainees

Project Partners Jabatan Imigresen Johor

• Primary health screening and treatment • Hygiene Kits distribution to detainees

Locations Pekan Nenas Detention Camp
Period 17 June 2011

Medical Services : A total of 35 adults and children benefitted from this programme Hygiene Kit Distribution : A total of 27 hygiene kits were distributed

The detention camp is able to house up to 2,000
detainees. As such it is important that their health are
monitored and that the detainees are given the right
vaccination to prevent the spreading of diseases. The
camp however, was under renovation during our visit and
most detainees were sent to other camps in Malaysia.

MERCY Malaysia efforts
Several medical and non-medical volunteers, including
medical students from Monash University, Johor
volunteers were involved in setting up the clinic and
distributing hygiene kit to detainees. Goodies were also
distributed to children. Due to the renovation that took
place at the camp, the number of immigrants who received
attention was slight. MERCY Malaysia will continue with
the programme in 2012 once the construction has been