Medical Camp Was Conducted by Vikasatarangini Women Health Care Team on 30th April, 2016

Mahila Arogya Vikas Hyderabad Vikasatarangini Women Health Care Team held a free health check up camp for women on 30-04-2016 at Proddutur village, Shankarpally Mandal. This program was sponsored by SPARSH group.

 The branch co-ordinator, Srimathi Sunithaji, along with her team of dedicated volunteers conducted the camp very well with the help of Sparsh doctors & Paramedics. Camp details:

  •  No. of women attended the camp ——- 110
  •  No. of women checked with VIA test —-092
  • Other tests advised for———————018
Dr. Rohini carried out the breast check up and explained the importance of self breast examination at their homes and the procedure of self examination.
Dr. Padma, Dr. Hyndavi, Pallaviji. Annapurnaji & Vaniji conducted survey of 350 women. It is worth mentioning that three women, Krishnaji, Madhaviji, and Mariammaji travelled 30 kms and  attended this camp for follow-up.
Village Sarpanch Sriman Venkat Reddy, Mrs Nagamaniji made all arrangements for the camp. Sparsh group distributed free medicines besides providing health check up  for the camp.
From the Vikasatarangini twin cities , the president Smt. Aruna Raghava Reddyji, Vijayalakshmiji, and also Arogya Vikas members Padmaji, Sujathaji rendered excellent services.
Our beloved Acharya prabhu is the driving force for success in these camps. His Motive is “ Do good to those who are in need with kind words, extend a helping hand & with love from Heart.
 Mahila Arogya Vikas in the twin Telugu states and else where globally is conducting free women health check up camps with a back ground in mind to detect  lurking cancer in their early stages & get them to hospitals for treatment. The volunteers go to villages, survey homes, educate women about the symptoms & if they have such problems, they are advised to attend the coming forth camp. In some places transport is also provided. They are checked, given meal & dropped back to homes.  It incurs a lot of expenditure and with the support of kind hearted donors, philanthropists, the camps are conducted regularly.