Health camp organised for disadvantaged children and women in Dewas

September 09, 2016

Tata International’s CSR team at Dewas Madhya Pradesh (India) organised a health camp for primary school children and young ones from the government-run creche (aanganwadi) in Binjana village. The camp was held on August 24, 2016, at the Government Primary school.

The initiative was undertaken in association with ESI Health Services, Indore region, under the Swasth Bachhe Swasth Bhavishya Abhiyan supported by a team of doctors led by Dr Saifi, Dr (Ms) Neelima and their nursing staff.

Factory Manager Dr CS Katju welcomed the ESI team and encouraged the students to follow basic routine hygiene. The children were informed about benefits of routine hygiene for a healthy living. Preliminary check-up, rubella vaccination for girl students, dental check-ups were conducted and complimentary medicines were prescribed to students based on doctors’ guidance.

Around 200 school students, aanganwadi children and women from nearby disadvantaged communities benefitted from the camp.

The CSR committee members were accompanied by Ms Anita Chavhan, Mr RN Pandey, Ms Rani Singh, Mr Ganesh Bordia, Mr Rahish Sheikh, Mr Kailash, Mr Mritunjay, Ms Reena Kushwaha, Mr Ghanshyam,who worked towards making the camp a success.

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