Wednesday, October 31, 2012


In line with our commitment to ‘Health for All’ we have a regular program for organizing health camps which apart from providing solutions, focus on information dissemination and preventive healthcare practices. The Free Health Camps are conducted in the rural areas where people are neither able to afford medical treatment nor having any basic knowledge regarding health and hygiene. So, through th
ese programs people are given various tips on health issues. Besides these, basic health problems and sicknesses are diagnosed with free medicines. The program is conducted in its targeted area with the hired doctor from the government or private hospital. In fact, these programs have been great benefits to many such peoples who could not reach to the nearest local hospitals.
USHA- A Society for Empowerment has borne a lot in order to help the needy beneficiaries in conducting such activities. In many places Mother and Childcare, basic health awareness program were conducted.
An important feature of USHA healthcare initiatives is organizing health camps in rural and urban villages as part of our commitment towards a healthy India. In one such recent health camp at Village Sabaila in Madhepura we also organized a comprehensive health information dissemination program, to impart health education and sensitize communities on various preventive and promotive health care issues including Nutrition and Hygiene, one of the major trouble areas in this part of the country. The event witnessed participation of over one thousand people including women and children from over 40 villages of Madhepura region.