Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums

by Serve Train Educate People's Society-STEPS
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums
Health care and Awareness in 18 Indian slums

Project Report | Apr 2, 2019
Controlling Lymphatic Filariasis (LF) disease

By Dr P Prameelamma | Project Leader

Program Beneficiary
Program Beneficiary

Dear Donors,

Warm greetings from Serve Train Educate People’s Society

On behalf of Filariasis patients I extend my thanks for your encouragement and support for this program.

With your contributions, Filariasis patients, mostly poor are receiving health services under this project. The health services include free medicines, health checkups, disease awareness and patient consultations for diseases.

During last month, organized health camp for Filariasis patients. Health checkups done by  Dr. P. Prameelamma and distributed medicines. Created health awareness among patients and advised the diet they have to take. The patients expressed that spreading of disease is controlled and they can attend their daily work without difficulty.

The beneficiary in the above picture attended the camp first time. After the camp he said “last month I came to know that STEPS NGO is providing treatment and medicines for the Filariais patients. During the camp they have collected information about my disease. Doctor has examined me and gave Medicines. They have explained how I can take precautions to check the spreading of the disease”.

All these days you have been generously supporting this program and your contributions have helped to implement the program. Kindly donate generously through GlobalGiving and encourage your friends and others to continue this program.

Thanks and regards,

Dr. P. Prameelamma                 

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Jan 2, 2019
Care of Lymphatic Filariasis affected people

By Dr Pedamalli Prameelamma | Project Leader & STEPS NGO President

Oct 8, 2018
Health Care for Healthy Future

By Dr. Pedamalli Prameelamma | Project Leader & STEPS NGO President

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Serve Train Educate People's Society-STEPS

Location: Srikalahasti, Andhra Pradesh - India
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Serve Train Educate People's Society-STEPS
Pedamalli Prameelamma
Project Leader:
Pedamalli Prameelamma
Srikalahasti , Andhra Pradesh India

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