PROJECT AADHAR(FREE MEDICAL CAMPS)
India’s poor tribal people have far worse health indicators than the general population. Most tribal people live in remote rural hamlets in hilly, forested or desert areas where illiteracy, trying physical environments, malnutrition, inadequate access to potable water, and lack of personal hygiene and sanitation make them more vulnerable to disease.
This is compounded by the lack of awareness among these populations about the measures needed to protect their health, their distance from medical facilities, the lack affordable transportation. Not surprisingly, tribal people suffer illnesses of greater severity and duration, with women and children being the most vulnerable.
With the expertise of our professional MBBS, Gynecologist and Pediatric specialist, the camp provides primary health diagnosis & treatment, free medicines and health awareness activities to the weaker sections of the society.
IMPACT OF AADHAR PROJECT:
We successfully conducted 5 Medical Camps in Shahapur Block of Thane District, Maharashtra State, India and diagnosed and treated more than 700 community people