Imphal, June 16,
Relief Centre for the welfare of Differently Abled Persons, Manipur, Saina Institute of Medical Sciences, Chinikon, Senapati District and Kanghuchingjil Khunou Youth Welfare Club, Kanghuchingjil organised a one Day Free Medical Camp at Kanghuchingjil Khunou, Imphal East District, towards improving basic health care in remote area. They were also educated about various lifestyle diseases such as High BP, common disease etc.
Apart from providing necessary medical assistance, basic-know-now in health sector, hygiene and sanitation including Dental hygiene was also imparted. During the camp many diseases were diagnosed and various medicines also distributed at free of cost to the 160 patients, besides treating sick patients especially residing from far-flung remote areas of the state. Since the village lies at a distance of 15 km from the Imphal city, far from the key town of Kanghuchingjil khunou locals suffer from various ailments that have been aggravated due to lack proper medical treatment.
Free Medical camp were graced by Premier Moirangthem (International Awardee), Programme Manager, Athokpam Rightkumari Devi (National Awardee), Principal, Saina Institute of Medical Sciences, Mayengbam Bikram Luwang (National Awardee), Project Consultant, Karnajit khoibam, Rehabilitation Officer, Ch. Devkumar Singh, Programme Consultant, Tutor Miss Punayabati, Miss Sushima and members of Relief Centre for the Welfare Differently Abled Persons, Manipur.
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