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Setting up diagnostic health camps in rural India

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Sairam Health Care Charitable Trust

Who are you trying to help? What issue are you trying to address?

We want to provide health care facilities for the nomadic population living in rural areas in India, where there is little or no health infrastructure. The major need is for regular diagnostic health camps to be held for rural people with the ability to follow up cases from time to time. Such diagnostic camps will help the ten bed hospital that the Trust already runs. A regular health care programme will help to understand the basic problems related to health. Free medicines should be made available during the camps and also during the follow up period.

What is your project and how will it help?

The main objectives of the project are: to work in the field of reproductive and child health, to create awareness about communicable and vector borne diseases, to implement a reproductive child health programme, to improve the health and nutrition status of women in the reproductive age group and infants and children below the age of 12. We also want to run and awareness camps for personal hygiene and environmental sanitation, a camp for water borne diseases and the promotion of safe drinking water, a camp for capacity building for controlling infant and maternal mortality, and set up an awareness programme on HIV/AIDS and TB for young people, the poor, and elderly women and men.

How can other people partner with you on your project?

People can partner with us by helping us with funding. Please contact us for further information.

Please detail the resources that you need.

TOTAL COST FOR PER YEAR PLANINR 700,000
REQUESTINGINR 350,000

AWAERNESS CAMP 50,000/Year
MOBILE UNIT 20,0000/Year
HIV/AIDS PATIENT 150,000/Year
DISABILITY [PWD] 200,000/Year

NUTRITION FOOD SUPP 100,000/Year

TOTAL 700,000/Year

(Amount requested per year: US$ 6,500)

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Regions / countries / territories

Asia: India

Global issues

Community development; Gender issues; HIV/AIDS, TB, malaria, health and medical

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