Project Sa'Bai is a student-led Medical Overseas Community Involvement Project (OCIP) started in 2006 by students from Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. In many areas of Cambodia, there are under-privileged Cambodians who do not have the means or ability to access basic health care services. The primary objective of Project Sa’Bai is to provide basic health care and health education for needy Cambodians, in a sustainable manner.
Every December, Project Sa'Bai conducts health screenings and acute clinics for students and villagers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, who lack access to proper health care services. Patients who requires investigative procedures such as X-Ray or further treatment will be brought out for referrals at local hospitals by our students. In addition to clinics, Project Sa'Bai also conducts health education lessons in the schools that we serve, as well as during the operation of our clinics.