Health Camps under CSR (Partnership with BHEL)
Health Camps under CSR (Partnership with BHEL, Udham Singh Nagar, Uttarakhand) (2010-2011)
IMPART in association with Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Rudrapur, Udham Singh Nagar organised health check up camp in rural areas and Banvasi Chhatravas in Rudrapur. The mega health camps were financed by Bharat Heavy Electricals limited (BHEL) under corporate social responsibility. Through these camps communities were served by a team of cardiologist, physician, orthopaedics, eye, dental and ENT specialist, and gynaecologist from reputed private and government hospitals. IMPART provided free registration, OPD, diagnosis (X-ray, blood and urine tests) and medicines to all patients. More than one thousand patients were benefitted by this camp. First of all household survey was done by which an assessment of health issues was done at community level. In which mainly problems related with stomach and seasonal diseases were found. Based on the above health assessment, specialist were invited in the camp and information about the camp was disseminated through mike 2 days before and hand bill/ pamphlet were distributed and ASHA, Aganwadi Worker also disseminated the information on health camp through house to house contact.
Health Camp at Vanwasi Vidalaya, Jagatpura (Rudrapur): Health camp was organized on 30th January 2011 at 10.30 AM. A team comprising medical specialist i.e. gynaecologist, dentist, eye specialist, ENT specialist and physician treated the patients. In this camp community was provided the facility of x ray, blood and urine test as well as made aware about family planning methods, causes of HIV – AIDS and cautions. Medicines were distributed free of cost to all patients. In this camp senior social workers of IMPART alongwith its Secretary and Patron participated.
Primary School Jagatpura: Health camp was organized on 6th March 2011. This camp was inaugurated by Smt. Meena Sharma, Chairperson Nagarpalika Parishad, Rudrapur. In this camp chairman IMPART Shri Siddhartha Mishra, patron Smt Indra Mishra, Secretary Binduwasani and ward member Smt Sheela Kakar were also present. The camp was facilitated by the AWW, ASHA worker and experienced social workers of IMPART. In this camp around 600 patients were examined with the facility of x ray, urine and blood test. All patients were treated with free of cost. Gynaecologist, dentist, eye specialist, ENT specialist, heart specialist and physician treated the patients. Eye specialist treated the children and community members by computerized eye testing system