The twin cities Mahila Arogya Vikas Team with the co-ordinator, Smt Suneetha Madiraju is rendering wonderful services to the poor and underprivileged women. The team of volunteers visited the nearby slum areas to educate and bring awareness to the women about the types of diseases and advised them to attend the free health camp. conducted on 25.12.2016 at Chintalakunta Basthi near LB Nagar, Hyderabad.

Camp Details:-

→ Colonies Covered – 4
→ Health Awareness information given to – 473 ladies
→ Ladies Attended the camp – 132
→ Number of VIA tests done (1st time) – 120
→ Number of 2nd VIA Tests (follow-up) -3
→ Out of the above three follow-up cases, 2 were declared free of infection. The third patient was advised biopsy. They expressed their gratitude to Swamiji for holding such free health camps.          Both doctors Dr. Gayathri (Gynaecologist) AH Manusurabad and Dr. Sarada (Gynaecologist) Omini Hospital rendered valuable services.

The following persons visited to the Camp and encouraged the team to do such services.
1. Eshwaramma (Telangana Mahila Congress General Secretary)
2. Brahma Chary ( Chintalkutna Colony President)
3. Panduranga Rao (Temple Secretary)

Sri. P. V  Narasimha Rao ( Chintakunta Colony Venkateswaraswami Temple Chairman) organized the camp and the members of Shantha Sri, Mangala, Vijayalaxmi, Bhavani, Krishna Priya, Swarupa, Satyavati, and Devaki, assisted in the camp and also joined the co-ordinator Smt Sunitha in the camp preparations including equipment sterilization on the day prior to camp. Vikas Tarangani twin cities president Smt Aruna RaghavaReddy, and Central Committee Secretary Sri. Padmanabha Rao Garu, visited the camp and Mahila Arogya Vikas Members Smt Usharani, Padmasri, Tulasi, Nirmala, Padma and Sujatha assisted the camp.


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