26 September, 2015, Haryana: Panasonic India today started 6 days health camp for residents of Gharaunda constituency in Karnal district. Through this initiative, health services would be provided to residents of 6 villages namely Gadhibadhal, Balheda, Chaura, Lallupura, Mundogarhi and Sadarpur for the next 6 days starting 26th September, with pre informed time and venue. The launch was presided over by Shri Harvinder Kalyan, BJP MLA - Gharaunda Constituency.
Apart from giving medical aid to the patients, the team along with support from local volunteers will also do health checkup of women and children to determine anemic and malnutrition cases which would further be linked with various government initiatives. Besides this, the medical team would also do mapping of physically handicapped people of the region so that they could also be linked with government initiatives to support them.
Post the six days medical camp, Panasonic India will conduct a pilot need assessment study in the region in order to assess vocational training and skill needs of the residents and accordingly formulate plans to set up skill center at Gharaunda.
Commenting on this initiative, Shri Harvinder Kalyan, BJP MLA, Gharaunda Constituency, Karnal, Haryana said, “With a focus on sustainable development, there is a need to work diligently through robust initiatives to help the communities enhance their life conditions as well as become more self-sufficient. I would like to commend and congratulate Panasonic for promoting a corporate citizenship project and providing support in organizing this health camp.”
Mr. Manish Sharma, Managing Director, Panasonic India and South Asia commented, “We are happy to organize this camp and firmly believe it would promote health seeking behavior of the community and also provide a good data base to the local authorities to provide benefits to anemic women, malnourished children as well as handicapped people of the villages.”
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