Since 1998, HOPE‘87 has been providing free health care services to slum and homeless people in Dhaka through two weekly health posts. They offer regular preventive health care, free medical check-ups, prescriptions, and medications. The camp primarily focuses on female patients, pregnant women, children, physically challenged, and elderly community members. Since last year, the health camps have all-together completed 1,179 weeks of service and have cared for over 60,000 patients who had no financial means to afford a visit to a doctor or hospital. The project also offers weekly briefing sessions on health issues as well as on improved hygiene. Furthermore, eye cataract camps are organised with the help of voluntary specialist doctors and nursing staff, providing ophthalmological check-up and treatment services to vulnerable women and elderly people in remote areas.