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Through its sponsorship of the Karimpur and Shastipur community clinics since 2006, Chevron Bangladesh has been delivering on its commitment to serve local communities around the Bibiyana Gas Field with affordable and quality health services. In April 2020, the ownership of these two clinics was transferred from Surjer Hashi Network (SHN) to Sylhet Samaaj Kallayan Sangstha (SSKS) with a vision that the latter shall help the host community to eventually assume ownership of the clinics and ensure their future sustainability. 

In 2022, 70 patients (mostly children) living near Chevron's Jalalabad Gas Plant received free life-changing reconstructive surgeries to correct cleft lips, cleft palates, and other facial anomalies and burns as part of the mission of Rotaplast International. The ten-day mission was sponsored by Chevron and conducted in collaboration with the Rotary Club of Jalalabad and a local hospital. Over 25 volunteers participated in this Sylhet mission. The team included plastic surgeons, anesthesiologists, pediatricians, speech pathologists, orthodontists and nurses. Chevron's association with Rotaplast began in 2013. Since then, over 500 patients have received over 570 life-changing surgeries through this partnership. 

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A mother with her children, a regular service seeker at SSKS Clinic

I came to the SKSS clinic for my daughter's treatment today. The doctors said that she has a fracture on her hand. The x-ray was done free of cost, and the doctors also gave free medicines to numb her pain.
- A regular service seeker at SSKS Clinic

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integrated support for children with disabilities

In January 2022, Chevron Bangladesh launched another partnership project "Integrated Support for Children with Disabilities (ISCwD)" partnering with Save the Children with the objective to improve the access to education, healthcare, development, and overall well-being of children with disabilities through inclusive strategies. It conducted technical screenings for 419 children, providing customized assistive devices to 155 of them. Additionally, 25 educational institutions saw enhanced accessibility, including disabled-friendly facilities, playgrounds, entrances, ramps, and libraries were established in 14 schools.

A collage of images from the partnership project Integrated Support for Children with Disabilities (ISCwD)
Alima and her aunt, Shenaz Begun

I can't wait to hear Alima speak full sentences. I would never hear her speak if it wasn't for the hearing aid!
- Shenaz Begun, Alima's Aunt (Guardian)