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For many years, HWC has been working to reach vulnerable and marginalized locations in the Northern Jordan Valley where people suffer from shortage in the basic health services, in addition to violations to their rights by the Israeli occupation.
The mobile clinic, supported by Care International, reaches out to 7 communities in the Northern Jordan Valley, which are Furush Beit Dajan, Al-Ras Al-Ahmar, Bzik, Salhab, Al-Maleh, Ein Shibli, and Yarza.

The mobile clinic team has 8 staff members providing health services in General Medicine, Women’s Health Program, Medical Laboratory services, and community health education activities. All of the services provided are free of change.
During 2012, the number of visits to the mobile clinic was 11,553 visits. 8,797 persons have benefited from General Medicine services, 1,477 persons have benefited from Women’s Health Program services and 543 persons have benefited from Medical Laboratory services. 1,143 persons have been referred to specialized clinics at Al-Shifa Center of HWC in Tubas or to other hospitals in Tubas governorate. In addition to 5,233 persons who have benefited from the community health education activities.