To ensure the delivery of high-quality education within a healthy environment and to assess the overall well-being of our students, comprehensive blood tests, including Complete Blood Count (CBC) and Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR), were conducted on all the students at the Welfare School. These tests aimed to evaluate the physical health of the children and detect any potential infections.
A total of 200 children underwent these blood tests, and as a result, 30 children were identified as needing further medical attention. They were promptly referred to the Welfare Clinic for additional evaluation and treatment. Our commitment to the health and well-being of our students remains unwavering.