Saraswatii Foundation organises a medical health check upSaraswatii Foundation organised a medical health check-up camp for its employees on January 21, 2020 at Ganesh Colony, Amer Road in association with Saraswatii Global Private Limited. The camp was inaugurated by Priti Ammann. Speaking on the occasion, she said that the camp has been organised following the annual trend where each year, our employees are being diagnosed by expert doctors. “This camp aims at providing better medical facilities for our employees and get different kinds of tests done for our employees to ensure they enjoy the best health and are not deprived of any health issues. The timings of the camp was from 10 am in morning to 5 pm in the evening. A total of 82 beneficiaries were diagnosed on the occasion and health related information was given to them. Several tests including ECG, CBC, RBS and B.P. were done in camp.
Our dedicated team conducts health camps periodically for the needy rural people. We also organize eye check-up camps for people and actively participate in health awareness programs. The foundation also provides free spectacles to Saraswatii Global’s artisans and staff. Free medicine distribution camp was the most successful program structured by us. We also train our employees in various work related skills & precautions to be followed at work.
Eye Check-up Camps are periodically held in villages for the rural people. Here Our team of doctors examine the eyes of patients & provide medicines or spectacles depending on the diagnosis. Many patients have been successfully operated for cataract too. Free Medicine Distribution Camps are held for the underprivileged people where the foundation team distributes medicines free of cost after their basic health check-up. Health Awareness Programs are conducted in forms of rallies, street plays & camps to create awareness towards various deadly diseases, their prevention & cure.
Eye check up and cataract operation camp was organized by Saraswatii Foundation from 26th to 28th november 2016
- 220 people from 50 villages registered for eye check-up and surgery
- Out of 220, 119 were selected for cataract surgery
- Out of 119, 108 were operated in the camp.
- Out of 108 operated patients there were 60 women and 48 men
- Out of 118 people, there were 46 in the age group of 40 to 60
- There were 67 people in age group of 61 to 80
- There were 5 people in the age group of 81 to 106
- Out of 118 people 29 belongs to BPL category
- Women participation was higher than men in camp.
Cancer awareness Program cum Health Check-up camp at MajipuraOn 6/02/17 Foundation organized a Cancer awareness program combined with health check-up camp. Dr. Miss Amrin Khan, BHMS was hired to counsel the women in the village. 25 women came forward for health check-up; one young boy and one child were given free consultancy. Most of the women diagnosis with body pain, joint pain, irregular cycle and headache. A few had allergy problems.
Saraswatii Foundation in collaboration of two local schools, Government Sr.Sec School and Saraswati Vidhaya Peeth organized a Cancer awareness program
On the occasion of Cancer day , Saraswatii Foundation organized two days events in the organization on Cancer awareness for the community, school and staff of the company. Saraswatii Foundation in collaboration of two local schools, Government Sr.Sec School and Saraswati Vidhaya Peeth organized a Cancer awareness program and conducted a rally on 3/02/2017 starting from SGPL; going into the community and main roads of ParshuramDwara colony and ended at the company premises.
The school children went door to door and aware the community regarding the dreadful diseases, their causes, symptoms, prevention and cure measures. School children created awareness in the market by performing a street play and gave a message through it; the danger of diseases, its root causes, precaution and treatment. Total 114 children participated in the event from both the schools along with six teachers and 28 company employees.
More than 150 people got benefit from the program. At the end the Foundation provided refreshments to all the participants. Program Director Mr. Raj Choudhary and Mr. Rajesh Bhardwaj motivated school children not to indulge in alcohol and Tobacco products.