According to the Project Chairman, Mr Abuzar Nurddin Zakir, who is the Secretary and Trustee of Saifee, the free medical camps will now be held twice a year in Tanzania.One of the country coordinators for the Project Good Health, Mr Hussein Khanbhai of the Arusha-based Hakimia pharmacy, said unlike other professions, doctors always feel bad upon seeing people who are sick yet cannot afford quality medical services.Mama Elizabeth Nicholaus Lemunge was one of the patients destined to India following serious eye problems that required surgery: "It was too expensive for me, couldn't raise the fare alone, not to mention treatment costs, this was a God-send gift," she stated.Project Good Health, initiated by the philanthropic arm of the Saifee Hospital of India was the first in Tanzania after being successfully implemented in Zambia.The modern Indian woman is traditional in some ways.She may refuse politely if a man asks her out for a film or an outing. A man in the corner in his mid-twenties, with a drink in hand, is an entrepreneur. An "escapist artist" meets a woman with shiny, long hair, who is into car racing.
Dating apps such as OKCupid and Tinder have had their share of takers but are largely free to join, looks-based and thus make for more directionless relationships.
A number of Arusha residents who were planning to fly to India for referral medical services, have cancelled their trips following a two day camp by experts from Saifee Hospital of Mumbai, that provided free diagnostic and treatment to over 1000 patients in the city last week.
A team of 12 Saifee Medical Personnel of a wide range of medical specializations attended Arusha residents suffering from various ailments at the Talcare Medical centre in Themi Hill section of the City.
This and more make up the ninth edition of the handbook that gives international visitors and students a glimpse into India, its people and traditions.
Updated this year—its previous version came out in 1999—the traveller's guide and the scholar's manual released by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations has notes on how to live and be in India as short-term visitors.