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WORK AREA
Women Empowerment
Child Development
Upliftment of Rural mass
Utkarsha Vidyalaya
Revival of Traditional Art
FOCUS AREA
Education
Health
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Working for Women Facing Atrocity & Injustice
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HEALTH
Features:
A) Eradication of anemia in rural women & adolescent girls.
  • Estimation of Hb in rural women & adolescent girls.
  • Diagnose the cause for anemia by examination.
  • Making rural women aware about the causative factors and nutritious diet.
  • Use of iron containing medicines.
  • So far 1171 women & adolescent girls examined. Out of which 341 anemic women & 154 girls were treated
B) Medical check-up camps for school going children
  • Medical examination and free treatment .
  • So far 878 rural children examined.
Arogyakosh
  • Provision of emergency fund for rural women’s ailments.
  • A spcial fund is raised to tackle any medical emergency in the families of SHG members.
  • They are provided uptoRs.10000/- without interest.
  • So far 49 women have taken advantage of this scheme.
Arogyadoot - Mobile Clinic
Check up of pregnant women Check up of infants Estimation of HB
Awareness camp Awareness camp Arogyadoot training
Based on our survey about the availability of the medical facilities in the villages near Sangola , the immediate requirement was to reach to the villagers. U.V Patel foundation, through Seva Sahayog , gracefully donated a mobile van popularly known as "Aarogyadoot" which is working since April 2008. As the name depicts, it is working as a messenger of "HEALTH". This van visits 12 villages in the interior areas where currently no medical facilities are available. A Lady doctor accompanying the van provides the medical service to the villagers once in a week, the work being very similar to an OPD. The fully equipped Mobile clinic also contains a well maintained small pharmacy which provides medicines at very affordable rates .Having this kind of advanced facility is really a boon for the remote villagers.

The main objective of this project is to reduce the mother mortality & infant mortality rate.

Services provided are – For Year 2008 to 2011
  • - Registration and check up of pregnant women - 923
  • - Registration and check up of babies less than one year - 1128
  • - Anti natal blood test for the pregnant mothers - 56
  • - Counseling for family planning - 235
  • - Vaccination / guidance for diet for the infants - 345
  • - Guidance / advice for getting the delivery done from the trained nurses - 850
  • - Sonography advised and performed - 125