Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka

by Amici Di Raoul Follereau (AIFO India)
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Treat 1000 severe anemic women in Karnataka
Rakshitha.H.N
Rakshitha.H.N

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic situation, camps were not conducted for the last 3 to 4 months. However, visits were made to some of the individual families as follow up of the project interventions. Beneficiaries are made aware of wearing homemade masks, social distancing, and regular washing of hands. Life stories of beneficiaries attended anemia screening camps and benefitted from the project follow up activities.

Story -1

My name is Rakshitha.  I am a student of Mahatma PU College. Samruddhi team with the help of CHC’s doctors conducted an anemia screening camp in our college. I came to know about my hemoglobin level and I received treatment. Thanks to Samruddhi and all the doctors for giving us treatment and awareness about anemia and about Covid-19 Pandemic.

Story -2

I am shailaja.N, a student of mahatma PU College, and studying in commerce. I have attended the anemia screening camp conducted by CHC and Samruddhi project in our college. Before the camp, I was not aware of anemia problems and even my blood group. Today I came to know about my blood group and food habits to improve hemoglobin. Thanks to samruddhi and all the doctors for the pills and for giving us awareness about anemia and about Corona's situation.

Story 3

My name is Pallavi. I am studying in eleven standards in mahatma PU college .befort the anemia screening camp I was not aware of my blood group and problems of anemia among the girls. After attending the anemia screening camp conducted by samruddhi project and community health center doctors.I learned to know what are the problems of anemia? What are the food items like fruits, vegetables that should we eat? Thanks to the project for this opportunity and awareness about anemia. Today I know how to take care of my health and I am well aware of Covid-19 situation.

 Story 4

My Name is swathi.D. I’m studying 1st year Commerce in Govt Pre University College, Harohalli. Last month Community health center and Samruddhi team organized an anemia screening camp in our college. Before conducting the camp I was not aware of my blood group and anemia disease. After the camp I got to know about my blood group and anemia disease. The doctors suggested me to intake an ample amount of vegetables, fruits and germinated seeds. Due to this, I found a lot of improvements in my health. Thanks to the project for creating an opportunity to know my health status and awareness about anemia.

  Story 5 

I’m vaishnavi.k.n. I’m studying commerce in Govt pre-university college, Harohalli. The community health center and samruddhi team organized an anemia screening camp in our college. Due to this camp, I got to know about my blood group and about my hemoglobin level. The doctors advised me to have more fruits and vegetables. My hemoglobin level improved due to having fruits and vegetables. I want to thank samruddhi and CHC for the awareness about anemia. I’m taking care of my health and I’m also sharing Covid-19 information with others.

Story 6

Myself Rakshitha.N. I’m studying arts in govt pre university college, Harohalli. Samruddhi team and CHC doctors conducted anemia screening and awareness camp in our college. They checked my blood group and hemoglobin level. I got to know that my hemoglobin was low and they suggested me to have much amount of fruits and vegetables. They also informed us the causes and reasons of low hemoglobin level. My hemoglobin level increased by having fruits and germinated seeds. I thank CHC hospital and samruddhi for organizing this anemia awareness camp and giving us awareness on Corona.

 Story 7 

My name is pavithra. I’m studying 12th standard in govt pu college, Harohalli. CHC and Samruddhi team conducted an anemia screening camp in our college. I did not know about my blood group and my anemia disease. The doctors suggested me to have green leaves, vegetables and fruits. Due to this my health got improved and my anemia level increased. Thanks to Samruddhi and CHC team for creating awareness about anemia and hemoglobin.

I’m also sharing this information with my friends and suggesting them to take care of their health about preventing Corona spread.

Story 8

I’m Annapurna. I’m studying in govt PU college, harohalli. Samruddhi and CHC team organized an anemia screening and awareness camp in our college. Due to this camp I got to know about my blood group and hemoglobin level. By the doctor's suggestion, I improved my hemoglobin level by having fruits and vegetables.

Thanks to the samruddhi and CHC team for giving me a good suggestion to take care of my health and preventing measures about Covid-19 disease.

   

 The project aimed to followup with more beneficiaries and also create awareness about coronavirus.  

Pallavi
Pallavi
Shailaja.N
Shailaja.N
Swathi.D
Swathi.D
Vaishnavi.K.N.
Vaishnavi.K.N.
Rakshitha.N
Rakshitha.N
Pavithra
Pavithra
Annapurna
Annapurna
Share on Twitter Share on Facebook

SAMRUDDHI CBID consolidated project report Harohalli Block, Kanakkapura Thaluk Ramnagar district Karnataka state India.

AMICI DI RAOUL FOLLEREAU (AIFO India), extend thanks to all the donors and the GlobalGiving platform for this opportunity where we can able to help more than 1000 women-girls with the anemic condition. We also appeal to all the donors and the well-wishers for their further support and contributions.

Your continuous support is very important and crucial, especially during this pandemic situation of Covid-19 in the Country. We also admire and appreciate your commitment to the same contribution will be ensured that your support will have multiple effects on the lives of the people that we serve.  

We will make sure that your contribution will be judiciously used for treating anemic women-girls, rehabilitation, and empowerment of persons affected by leprosy, their children, persons with disabilities, and their families.

 

Summary of the project statistical data and the outcome:-

  • Total Anemia screening camps conducted: - 11.
  • Categories of beneficiaries screened:- High school girl students, College girl students, Pregnant women, and Adult women.
  • Places of camp conducted: - Anganavadi centers, Samudaya Bhavan (Community center), schools, and colleges.
  • Total Beneficiaries participated in different camps and screened: - 1685.
  • Total Beneficiaries advised for nutrition food supplement:- 118
  • Total Beneficiaries received medicine ( Iron plus tablets):-534.
  • Total Beneficiaries were taken injection from the local CHC:- 21.
  • Total Beneficiaries received awareness on Anemia and deworming tablets:- 975.
  • Total Beneficiaries referred for higher treatment:- 37.

Please find the detail report in table as an PDF Attachment along with this report.

Thank you for supporting 

 


Attachments: Share on Twitter Share on Facebook

Samruddhi project of AMICI DI RAOUL FOLLEREAU (AIFO India) in association with community health center (CHC Harohalli), Shree Ramana Maharishi Academy for the Blind (SRMAB) and Rotary Harohalli, The project team conducted anemia awareness and screening camp on 20th December – 2019. On the same day, the project team also Observed the international day of persons with disabilities and conducted the camp at Kariyappa college auditorium in Harohalli.

Dr.Raghu T Ghokale children specialist CHCs Harohalli inaugurated the program and spoke about adolescent girls and pregnant women's health issues due to anemia and lack of nutrients foods. He advised all adolescent girls and pregnant women shouldn’t neglect to make healthy food and nutrients in everyday life. They Should get early treatment for anemia in every local hospital without any delay. These kinds of programs are very essential for the community in general and useful to girl students-women. He continued saying, if we didn’t prevent anemia in an early stage, it leads to many problems among the students like lack of concentration, dizziness, weakness, looking pale and also it affects physical growth, and mental stress. He further continued his speech and said about student’s irregular food intake, exercise, and poor diet and poor nutrition its leads to anemia. Dr.Raghu advised the students to make use of this opportunity in the proper way and do keep the follow up the treatment.

Dr.Jayanth Kumar program head of AIFO introduced AIFO’s activities, explained the importance of the international day of persons with disabilities. He also mentioned the aims and objectives of the Samruddhi CBID project. So far 813 adolescent girls and pregnant women assessed and took free medication by eight anemia screening programs help in collaboration with community health center Harohalli. They have taken medical advice about healthy food and healthy practices. As a result, the HB level a month the girls and women increased as many reported to the CHC doctors. Dr. Jayanth thanks to the community health center and all the collaborators, supporters, volunteers and the students.

Mr.Mahamad Ejas Ex Rotary president participated as a chief guest and he congratulated the Samruddhi CBID project programs. Mr. Cheluvaraju president of the Karnataka state level disabilities association he oriented about the Rights of persons with disabilities act 2016, and it’s advantages and its importance.

During the same program, 5 persons with disabilities were honored who achieved medals in Para Olympic in various events of national and international levels. Two technicians also honored who supported the Samruddhi programme and particularly the screening camps. Seven persons with different disabilities distributed wheelchairs, water bed, walker, mobility cane, auxiliary crutches, and regular crutches.

Mr. Bharath president of the rotary Harohalli presided over the program. Dr.Jose .M.V. Director of AIFO, Surekha head Ms. Kasturaba English medium high school Harohalli, Vedavathy voice principal Mahatma PU college Harohalli, Dayananda Sagar hospital doctors and Dr. Pranesh ex Rotary president has participated as a chief guest. College lecturers, high school teachers, school and college students have also participated in the program.

After observing the world disabled day program, the project team conducted anemia screening camp at Kasturba English medium high school. There were 65 girl students participated in the screening camp. The medical team assessed all the students and distributed the iron-folic acid tablet for 51 girl students, 9 students have advised nutrition supplementary food and 5 students referred to the hospital for injection. All the students were very happy about their increased awareness of Anemia, screening camp conducted and expressed their gratitude to the project team.

Mr. Mahanthesh Samruddhi CBID project coordinator welcomed all the guests and he also conducted the concluded session Mr. In the concluding session, Mahanthesh thanked all the collaborators, CHC team, guests, college-school management, teachers and the students.

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook

Anemia awareness and screening camp report

Dated: 20th November – 2019

The anemia awareness and screening camp were conducted jointly by the Samruddhi CBID project of Amici di Raoul Follereau (AIFO) and Community Health  Center (CHC) Harohalli on 20th November 2019 at Govt high school Harohalli. The main purpose of the camp was to screen girl students anemic conditions and to create awareness among the students about health, its consequences and to maintain nutritious status at the local level.  Dr. Pruthivi from the  Govt CHC, conducted awareness sessions about anemia related issues, problems among girl students and how to overcome those problems at the local level. Dr. Pruthivi also shared the importance of using local vegetables, fruits, and maintaining healthy practices.

With support from the CHC medical team, the project screened a total of 113 students. Out of which, 93 students were distributed iron and folic acid tablets, 16 students were referred for nutrition supplementary food and 4 students were referred for higher assessment.

Mr.  Mahantesh project coordinator of samruddhi AIFO Coordinated the screening camp and he also spoke about anemic issues. Mr. Mahantesh extended thanks to the management of Govt. high school and in particular to all the teachers for their support. Mr. Patil in-charge headmaster of the school also expressed gratitude to the Samruddhi project, the CHC team for the awareness creation among students and their support in caring for student's health concerns.  

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook

Dear well-wishers, 

WISHING ONE AND ALL A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR - 2020 !!!

Anemia screening camp report:-

Anemia awareness and screening program were conducted at Mahatma Gandhi PU College in Harohalli on Tuesday 24 September 2019 in collaboration with Community Health Center (CHC) Harohalli Thaluk of Ramnagar district. This program was organized only for PUC 1st year (11th Standard) fresher students.

Mr. Krishnappa principal of Mahatma Gandhi PU College inaugurated the program and appreciated the efforts of the Samruddhi CBID project and AIFO activities in Harohalli. He spoke about the screening camp/program that is very essential and useful especially for young girls and girl students. if we don’t prevent anemia in early-stage its creates many problems among the girl students like, lack of concentration, dizziness, physical weakness, looks pale and also it reduces physical growth, psychological and mental stress. He continued his speech and expressed because of School students’ irregular food intake, exercise and poor diet and nutrients it leads to anemia. He advises the students to please makes use of this opportunity in a proper way and get treated by the medical team.

Mr. Mahantesh in charge of the Samruddhi CBID project explained the aims and objectives of the project. The project is an important step towards preventing anemia, especially for high school and college students, pregnant women with anemia and creating awareness on the importance of nutritious food, treatment, and free medicine through the project. Mr. Mahanthesh thanked the College management and the medical team from CHC for their support and collaboration.

The outcome of the camp: A total of 100 girl students participated in the screening camp, most of them expressed their increased awareness of anemia and realization of the importance of nutrition food. The medical team screened all the 100 students and distributed the free iron-folic acid tablet for all the girl students. 10 students were advised for nutrition supplementary food and 2 students further referred to hospital for injection.

The College faculties and the students expressed their happiness about anemia awareness sessions and screening camp. In particular, the college management expressed their gratitude to the CHC team, Samruddhi project and extended their further collaborations for other programs.

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook
 

About Project Reports

Project Reports on GlobalGiving are posted directly to globalgiving.org by Project Leaders as they are completed, generally every 3-4 months. To protect the integrity of these documents, GlobalGiving does not alter them; therefore you may find some language or formatting issues.

If you donate to this project or have donated to this project, you will get an e-mail when this project posts a report. You can also subscribe for reports via e-mail without donating.

Get Reports via Email

We'll only email you new reports and updates about this project.

Organization Information

Amici Di Raoul Follereau (AIFO India)

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka - India
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @aifoindia
Project Leader:
Parthipan Ramasamy
Bangalore, Karnataka India
$3,681 raised of $10,000 goal
 
68 donations
$6,319 to go
Donate Now
Please note: We expect that there will be significant delays in getting funds to this project. Learn more
lock
Donating through GlobalGiving is safe, secure, and easy with many payment options to choose from. View other ways to donate

Amici Di Raoul Follereau (AIFO India) has earned this recognition on GlobalGiving:
Add Project to Favorites

Help raise money!

Support this important cause by creating a personalized fundraising page.

Start a Fundraiser

Learn more about GlobalGiving

Teenage Science Students
Vetting +
Due Diligence

Snorkeler
Our
Impact

Woman Holding a Gift Card
Give
Gift Cards

Young Girl with a Bicycle
GlobalGiving
Guarantee

Sign up for the GlobalGiving Newsletter

WARNING: Javascript is currently disabled or is not available in your browser. GlobalGiving makes extensive use of Javascript and will not function properly with Javascript disabled. Please enable Javascript and refresh this page.