Drawing Circles to maintain distancing
Maintaining all directives issued by Govt. of India as well as Government of Wet Bengal of maintaining social distancing and other pertinent rules of personal protection to avoid unwanted contamination of the fast spreading Coronavirus while continuing Health Services among too hard to reach severely marginalised communities of Forested Birpara- Madarihat block of Alipurduar district.
We are deeply indebted to National Health Mission (NHM) and Health Department- Govt. of West Bengal to retain the consortium in these noble essential efforts with facilities like free doctor’s consultation, medication, counseling, pathological diagnostic cares, reference for further treatments, arrangement to send critical cases to better health institutions, reference, referral cases to the govt. hospitals etc.
The hard to reach now closed 6 closed tea garden areas are:
- Dhumsipara Tea Garden
- Hantapara Tea Garden
- Garganda Tea Garden
- Birpara Tea Garden
- Dimdima Tea Garden and
- Tulsipara Tea Garden
We continue to organize multiple medical camps at each of the locations so that all patients can be taken into complete health care observation and required follow ups. The commonly seen health issues in these areas are Cold, Fever, Gynaecological Problems, Hypertension, Anaemia etc. From the remotest corners of these areas ailing people thus avail these services to their close proximity.
Special care services of pregnant mothers through different kinds of tests, like-HIV, Haemoglobin, Blood group etc. and providing medicines following the doctor’s advices continued to be catered. Health issues related to increasing age and/or adolescence are also treated.
In the period between April- September, 2020 we organized 125 such Medical Camps and served 10,190 Patients by experienced Doctors. Out of which there are 475 cases are of reproductive health. Around 2113 Diagnostic tests were made. 406 Patients are sent to Govt. Hospitals as referral cases which cannot be addressed in the Camps.
We are greatly indebted to those who continued to support us in the noble initiative to reach out and serve the earlier unreached people.
We hope that this support would be continued for reaching out more un-reached people who are still deprived of the basic services of Health required essentially.
Please keep on communicating all your friends and acquaintance for extending their support and join our hands in the initiative which needed to be continued for the most misfortune ailing people in remote Alipurduar, West Bengal, India.
At queue maintaining distance
Registration of Names
Basic Queries by Health Staff
Consulting Doctor maintaining the distance
Senior Citizens at Que