Our Latest UK Clinic in Sreepur Village – Head Lice treatment Bangladesh
Head Lice treatment Bangladesh clinic set up by a UK company? It may appear odd that we have a clinic in Bangladesh supported from the UK but there is a reason for this. When Pat Kerr contacted us with a problem we were over the moon that the UK Clear Hair Network could help. The company which has launched the effective treatment with Clearhair with Lice clinics of the UK
Head Lice treatment Bangladesh
We tend to think of Head Lice as a western world issue but here in the village it is very much a problem and children despite being treated with chemical products are constantly getting lice. This means there is a disruption to education and that is the one of the key focus’ of the charity. This is why we took our device and went out there to help.
Training the public health staff
The Staff are trained on the exact same process as we use her in the UK. Every technician in the Uk is given thorough training to make sure they can treat effectively.
Check the Hair to see if there are little eggs and live lice.
Treat using the patented AirAlle device which dehydrates both the live lice and the troublesome eggs which we call nits. These are the main reason for re infestation.
Complete the treatment with a comb out using the Clearhair special mousse to release the eggs from the hair and then a treatment with Dimethicone which is a pleasant smelling oil. A far cry from the pesticide products used before!
Clearhair Lancashire team travel to Sreepur to teach.
Coming from a small village called Withnell in Lancashire the team from the little clinic there have never been to anywhere like Sreepur so it has been a real eye opener. Bringing the networks knowledge and creating the Head Lice treatment Bangladesh Clinic.
Julia Our volunteer giving up her own time to travel to the village told us.
“What struck me first is the number of children there, the noise of over 400 of them and the happy smiles as we arrived, they eat together and live in the village receiving food and protection with their mothers. They attend school and get healthy meals. I have to admit the amount they eat is small and the diet is not so varied but they are grateful for every little bit.
I think back to being that age leaving things I didn’t like on my plate and I was humbled. they drink water not chilled water just water. The children are well taken care of and took to following me round wanting to hold hands.
Out training with the public health staff started the next day in the clinic and the first thing that hit us was the heat. The air conditioning did its best but the heat treatment did make things pretty hot. the kids were as good as gold. Sitting still through the process.
Everyone says that being in places like this changes your out look and I consider myself really lucky to be given the chance to do this. I brought my camera and I will share more pictures once we get back”