Mahila Arogya Vikas (MAV) was started to raise awareness for regular screening of abnormalities, infections, and cancerous cells in the breast and cervix of a woman. With this mission, VT Seva started Women Health Care Project – Mahila Arogya Vikas in 2007. Since then more than 1200+ free camps, 250,000+VIA Cancer tests, 6379 + biopsies, 219+ breast surgeries were conducted, bringing awareness to more than 1.2 M women.
MAV innovative team has set up their own mobile vans equipped with in-house products thus reducing the cost and increase the number of people served at a time.
Pandemic has caused many lives upside down. The magnitude of the pandemic has made the demand for oxygen skyrocket. Also, there has been a shortage of ambulances in the cities as the increase in emergency patients. MAV innovative experience is now put in service to convert regular vans to well-equipped ambulances to the Sevabharathi team to serve the covid patients and to transport them to the hospitals.
It’s heartbreaking to the families to see the deceased due to covid infected not provided cremation rituals. Sevabharathi team has taken this activity to perform Rituals to the deceased in a decent way throughout the country.
VikasaTarangini(sister group of VTSeva) in collaboration with Sevabharathi has taken up this task to perform these services in AP and has built an in-house Mukthi Ratham (hearse van).
These vans and the ambulances were donated and inaugurated on Jun 5th at SishuVidya Mandir in Vijayawada, AP in the presence of the TTD committee members, RSS team, and Minister Sriman Vellampalli Srinivas Rao Garu.
During the Pandemic MAV has been serving the covid patients in need through the mobile vans by providing Oxygen cylinders and oxygen concentrators.
MAV has been providing the daily essential dry groceries and medicines across multiple locations averaging 700 families to the affected families.
Medical support is been provided to the covid patients.