Patient Data Base for Better Health Services
Cam Pha city, home to an AES Vietnam power plant, has 16 clinics that provide basic health care services to approximately 200,000 people. The city has recently launched a program to upgrade all 16 local clinics, including a key initiative to develop a database of the city’s entire population that can be shared among local clinics. The database will store health data for all populations and enable better health care management. AES has provided support by donating 17 high-quality computers and printers to enable the city authorities to execute the program.
All local clinics of 16 communes and wards of the city and the City Health Care Center that provide basic health care service to around 200,000 people
Health Care Center of the City of Cam Pha, 16 local clinics
Dominican Association of Rehabilitation Association
As of the 2010 census, there were more than one million people suffering some kind of physical disability in the Dominican Republic. On May 22nd 2018, a partnership between the AES Dominicana Foundation and the Dominican Rehabilitation Association was launched to support people with physical disabilities and offer physical, occupational, language therapy, pedagogy and other services.
A national tender called for NGOs that could manage the center responsibly and with a proven track record in the Dominican Republic. In the case of the center, 15 new positions have been created for the residents of Los Mina over the course of the first year of operations, and part of the quota has been reserved for handicapped individuals. This is AES Dominicana Foundation’s first social project, creating an alliance that generates jobs for nearby community members and free assistance for our people.
11,168 services have been performed since inauguration
The AES Dominicana Foundation and the Dominican Rehabilitation Association