This is a registered clinic under the Ministry of Health and offers youth friendly Sexual Reproductive Health services. Family planning, Anti-Natal Care, cervical cancer screening and immunization. Healthcare for children under 5 years of age is offered free of charge to ensure that parents are encouraged to bring their children to the clinic for growth monitoring, nutritional advise and treatment of all diseases including malaria, water borne diseases, skin diseases and opportunistic infections for those who are HIV positive.
Building a healthcare in a marginalized area has seen great improvements in the health outcomes of the community because the distances from facilities ranges from 25 kms to 15 kms. The Dandelion Ulla-Marie Clinic is situated in Sarambei village serving a population of 30,000 people.
D.U.M also has a Community Health Volunteer Unit (SAKKODA) and is served by 10 CHVs who are trained by both Dandelion Africa and the MOH. They meet once a month together with the Public Health Officer for reporting at Dandelion Africa.
A maternity centre is currently being constructed to support the clinic.