All India HealthCare Awareness Program for the unprivileged section of the society, Spreading awareness about eradicating deadly diseases among neglected ones

All India Healthcare Awareness Program

India, November 9, 2022: Adihri Dreamland Foundation with and under the All India Health Care Awareness program, is working to spread awareness among the underprivileged about the rise of deadly diseases and coming up with solutions on how to overcome them. Established in May 2022, the foundation’s main goal has been to not only provide food and clothes, but also to go a step further and think about the health-related education and future of the neglected children of our society who have been deprived of basic needs. Therefore, the NGO has been involved in the distribution of first aid medicines, masks, sanitary pads, hand sanitizers, food, clothes, and stationery among the children and the poor.

The All India Health Care Awareness Programme (AIHAP- 2022-23 ) started a month ago with the main idea of educating those who are impoverished and have little or no access to health care. It equips people with the knowledge they need to make wise decisions about their lifestyle choices and to adopt healthy habits that lower morbidity. To educate the public and improve health literacy among the population, the organisation concentrates on a variety of health-related issues.

The organisational programme (AIHAP) held its first event in the nation’s capital in RAIN BASERA, Dwarka, a municipality within the Delhi Municipal Corporation. The awareness programme was organised to educate the people living in Rain Basera about the effect and prevention of infectious and dangerous diseases including dengue, COVID-19, malaria, chikungunya, etc. Cloth bags were also given out to the residents of Rain Basera, along with some food and drinks.

Because it gives people the chance to learn how to take care of themselves, health education is crucial. It also encourages people to assist others by educating them on how to do so.

In India, community participation is necessary to deliver healthcare awareness among a sizable population of those in need. This can be achieved through better living conditions and the availability of some resources like safe drinking water, general awareness, etc. Adihri Dreamland Foundation will conduct almost 10,000 total programmes across the nation with the idea and concept of spreading healthcare awareness. Therefore, motivated by this strong desire, the All India Healthcare Awareness Programme is all set to cover cities, towns, and villages in order to create awareness about deadly diseases, increase their levels of health literacy, and promote a healthy lifestyle by providing the people with all the basic needs and health facilities that they are currently deprived of.

The chief objective is to connect with each and every individual on a personal level, educate them about the local health issues of that area, and instill in them a desire to lead a healthy lifestyle free from all kinds of diseases. For this reason, it is important for all of us to join hands to help achieve the goals of our campaign. All kinds of health care providers—dieticians, psychiatrists, paramedical teams for vital check-ups, and volunteers will be on board under this campaign in each and every corner of this country to help achieve our goals. Camps would be organised in slums and marginalised communities in remote areas to meet their immediate health care needs. Around 10000 camps and events will be created across the nation to at least try to cover 25% of the population, which will be almost 35 Cr. people under this program.

In order to address issues like employee behaviour and others, the organisation is also developing corporate-level programmes to raise awareness of mental and physical health. The organisation is already in contact with other banks and the real estate industry to get it implemented there.

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