Many villages in Mizoram do not have basic health care facilities which create a dire need of health workers, nurses and doctors in rural areas. Recognizing this need, MFM opened a Health Clinic at Khamrang Village in 2012, with the approval from the Health Department, Govt. of Mizoram, covering a population of 3086 in five villages nearby Khamrang village.
The clinic is a 10 bedded hospital with one delivery bed. Conducting health awareness, rendering health services, health teachings, environment and sanitation awareness programmes in the villages are the various involvements we had with the community.
The clinic works to improve the health of mothers and their children, community health, sanitation.
In 2015 a new building was funded by the Embassy of Japan in New Delhi. It was inaugurated by Mr Akio Isomata Economic Minister, Embassy of Japan and Chief Minister of Mizoram on 4th of April 2016. Maintenance of the clinic is funded by Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Govt. of India.