IMPACT Sri Lanka use a mobile medical bus to take healthcare to outlying communities, where people have little to no access to medical care.

Mobile camps last for three days and test people for sight and hearing problems; diabetes; and provide assistive devices. Spectacles are provided where necessary, and blood testing is carried out. People who need cataract surgery are referred to a partner hospital.30 volunteer nurses, medical students, ophthalmologists, audiologists and registration staff make this possible.’ –

Krishan Jayawardena (IMPACT Sri Lanka – Programme Director