The camp had an overwhelming response with around 2700 locals benefitting from the camp. Also a on spot deworming drive was undertaken…..
Keeping in tune with the Indian Army’s endeavour to remain at the forefront of nations development, a unit of Indian Army under “Civic Outreach Programme – Op Sadbhavana”, organised a medical camp for the inhabitants of the remote and inaccessible regions of Udiana, Rangia, Assam on 22 Sep 2019.
The event organized under the ongoing “swachh bharat campaign” in conjunction and consultation of the local gaon burhas and civil administration provided basic health check up to the locals from the village. Movies and lectures were also screened to spread awareness on common ailments, lifestyle diseases and sanitation.
The camp had an overwhelming response with around 2700 locals benefitting from the camp. Also a on spot deworming drive was undertaken as it was learnt during the camp that many of the people were left out from the Area during the recent deworming drive by local health authorities. A awareness drive on TB was also undertaken with support from local health authorities.
The medical camp served to validate the yeomen efforts of the Indian Army in making a positive and discernible change in the society through tangible results and has given a further impetus to the efforts of the forces in building an unbreakable rapport with the local populace and spread the message of goodwill in the remotest and inaccessible areas of this region