Sep 3, 2015

USG Support to Pregnant women & Others

Most of the pregnant women who receive USG support belong to the marginalised section of the society and BPL families. Mainly the inhabitants belong to two blocks namely Patharpratima and Mahurapur II and do not have access to proper medical facilities as the areas they belong to are quite remote and isolated. Therefore, Sabuj Sangha’s USG support facilities work as a wonder in their life. These pregnant women get USG facility once a week and 24 X 7 in emergencies. Apart from this some general patients also do avail the support.

Total 240 people received USG service from Sabuj Sangha Health Centre. Most of the USG patients are pregnant women and few general patients suffering from Gastritis, Cyst, Gall Bladder Stone, Kidney Stone etc also avail such service. Mostly pregnant women avail USG service for safe delivery. 

Sep 2, 2015

Mobile Medical Services

Sundarban is a world heritage site diclered by UNESCO, his buity like mangrove, Roel Bangal Tiger but people who lives in sundarban, they are neglected in meny ways, like health, livelihood, education. Thare have less opportunity of livelihood and other, less opportunity of access of minimum facilities. Heath care infrastructure and facilities are very much neglectedmost of the people depand on the daily labour, collection hunny, and migrant to metropoliton city for fullfilling their ninimum need. most ofthe people from BPL families receive support from mobile medical camp. These camps are organised in Mathurapur II and Patharpratima blocks. Mobile medical camps has been organised for general health checkups available at the doorsteps. Apart from the pregnant women, few general patients also availed the mobile medical service including aged people.

During last three month 660 patients were treated through mobile medical camp. Patients who were suffering from general problems like Eye problems, Blood Sugar, Hypertension, Gastritis, Geriatric problems etc even pregnent women and newborn also getting survice from the medical camp and availed the service.

 
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