WORLD HEALTH DAY 2022
World Health Day 2022 was celebrated at various regional community centers of PARAS on Thursday, 7th of April 2022. The theme for World Health Day 2022 is Our Planet, Our Health. this year’s theme aims to bring attention to the urgent actions needed to keep humans and the planet healthy and foster a movement to create societies focused on well-being. PARAS INDIA has organized various health awareness campaigns in Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh with a focus on staying healthy. We have also conducted seminars, discussions, took drawing and speech competitions and shared important tips with the community members how to stay healthy.
MEDICAL CAMP IN NAND LAL BASTI (23 rd April 2019)
Health is the primary objective to keep oneself healthy. PARAS India has been providing free medical counselling to impoverished communities in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Delhi from past 11 years. On April 23 rd 2019, PARAS organised a medical camp in Nand Lal Basti wherein people from the slum area of Nand Lal were provided free Blood pressure and general checkup.Awareness of various diseases was also given to the community people.
WORLD HEALTH DAY (7th April 2019)
World Health Day 2019 was celebrated at various regional community centres of PARAS on Sunday, 7th of April 2019. The theme was – “Health for All – Everyone, Everywhere”. This day was observed with various health awareness campaigns in the community areas of Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh with a focus on staying healthy. PARAS conducted seminars, talks, discussions, took drawing and speech competitions and shared the important tips with the community members on how to stay healthy.
MEDICAL CAMPS IN UTTAR PRADESH AND MADHYA PRADESH (1st February to 31st March 2019)
Access to even the most basic healthcare services is a challenge for communities living in underserved areas. PARAS India organized a free medical camp in remote villages of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh namely Mirona, Shaktibhairau, Bhujpura and Nari in the month of February and March 2019. A highly experienced and brilliant team of doctors participated in the camp and contributed their services to improve the health of villagers. About 750 patients were examined for different diseases by the team of specialist doctors which comprised of Ophthalmologist, Gynecologist, Physician, Pediatrician and a Physician. Free tests of diabetes and blood as well as a blood pressure check-up were also conducted. Besides, free medicines and eyeglasses were provided to the poor and needy patients. PARAS is dedicated and committed to working persistently for the betterment of society. Awareness of various diseases was given to the people in Camps by the doctors which benefitted to more than 1000 people. Also, our outreach workers spread this awareness in the village by going door-to-door. The total number of beneficiary of these medical camps amounted to nearly 1750 people.
MEDICAL CAMPS (4th November 2018)
With the aim of healthy society and health awareness, medical camps were organised by Paras India in Tikamgarh (Shakti bhairon) and Jhansi (Gora machia,Mirona) districts of bundelkhand area. Under this program, medical check ups of community were done free of cost. People suffering from serious diseases were diagnosed and were directed to take proper medical treatment.
Along with free medical check up , interactive session with doctors was held, where people were free to ask any doubt regarding any disease. They were made aware of various Seasonal, communicable and non-communicable disease and precaution to be taken.
Community where such camps were organised are economically and socially backward due to which they are not able to get proper treatment. With such medical camps, they were relieved and they were directed to take sustainable efforts regarding their health.
WORLD HEALTH DAY (7th April 2018)
World health day was celebrated on 7th April 2018 at Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh with the theme “Universal health coverage: Everyone, everywhere”. At 6 am in the morning, hostel girl students conducted a yoga session, followed by meditation and short informative speech about the importance of health. This day is celebrated every year in different centres at PARAS India to raise the common public awareness towards the health issues and concerns. Different issues relating to heath were discussed like self-care, vector-borne diseases, mental health and common misconception. Also, students were briefed on mental health at all regional centres to make them aware and vigilant on it in future.