Provision of Basic Health Care Programme


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This presentation gives a brief of Sukarya's Provision of Basic Health Care programme. It gives our primary goal and strategy/approach adopted for this programme. The presentation has a list of key projects done by Sukarya in this area like Primary Health Centre, Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation centre, Mobile Diagnostic Clinic, School Health Programme for NGO run schools, health camps, work in slums of Gurgaon.

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Provision of Basic Health Care Programme

  1. 1. Primary goal: I. Improving access to basic quality health service to the marginalised & vulnerable communities in underserved areas of Haryana II. Empowering communities to demand for improved health services through awareness building, counselling & information sessions.
  2. 2. Strategy/ Approach: Two pronged approach- I. Building awareness, counselling and providing information regarding key health issues & hygiene. II. Strengthening the delivery of key health services.
  3. 3. Interventions: - Providing quality services through Primary health centres, mobile diagnostic clinics & health camps. (We are running 2 PHC 3 days a week covering a population of 14000. Through MDC we have reached 50 villages and over 40,000 underserved persons. We have done 24 health camps in this year. - Last 15 years - reached over 2 lakh underprivileged people.
  4. 4. Feature Projects: • Primary Health Centre – Swasthya Kendra • The Mobile Diagnostic Clinic- Spreading Smiles house after House, Village after Village • Health Camps • School Health Programme
  5. 5. The Swasthya Kendra in Sukarya office was set up in 2005, to reach the population living in nearby slum areas, migrants and construction workers. Later 2 other centers were established one in village Bandhwari and the other in Waliawas.
  6. 6. The Swasthya Kendra is supported by a community outreach programme where we disseminate information and build awareness regarding key health issues.
  7. 7. Swasthya Kendra Team • A qualified medical practioner and dispenser work 3 days a week providing comprehensive health services • Community health workers who spread awareness about the clinic among the community members and helps in the Community Outreach Programme
  8. 8. Community Health Worker •Belongs to the communities in which we work, form critical aspects of our interventions. •Plays a critical role in building awareness among the people regarding basic health, hygiene, sanitation, nutrition, institutional deliveries, immunization etc. •Play a crucial role in bringing those requiring help to our health centres, following up those undergoing treatment.
  9. 9. Community Outreach Programme
  10. 10. Community Outreach Programme
  11. 11. A Physiotherapy clinic was also established in August 2005 at Sukarya Gurgaon office providing services to nearby areas on payment and charitable basis to the needy poor.
  12. 12. Mobile Diagnostics Clinic • Started in 2006 • Aim is to provide crucial diagnostic facilities and health services to women and families bereft of quality health facilities and timely care in remote villages of Haryana. • We have reached over 50 villages and over 40,000 underserved persons.
  13. 13. • Stationed strategically in locations where there is no medical facility available within a 5 kms radius •Provide diagnostic facilities - X – Ray, ECG, laboratory tests and basic instruments for eye, ENT and gynecological check up • Team comprises of Doctors, Nurse, Laboratory Technician, X-Ray Technician, and Pharmacist. • All MDC Clinics are accompanied by health awareness sessions where we disseminate information on key health issues, personal hygiene, sanitation, nutrition, safe deliveries and immunization.
  14. 14. Registration of patients during a MDC camp
  15. 15. Health camps: We regularly run health camps in the slums and villages of Gurgaon, where a team of a doctor and dispenser visit the area and provide critical primary healthcare support. The camps are also used to build awareness and disseminate information on health, hygiene and sanitation.
  16. 16. School health programme – started in 2006 Activities focus on: Ø Health check up by doctor Ø Free distribution of medicines Ø Growth monitoring of every child ( height and weight) Ø De worming all children Ø Multivitamins and iron supplements to all children Ø Follow up of the target children and their families Ø Referring serious cases to hospitals Ø Normal eye check up Ø Health education sessions Ø Counselling of students on personal health, hygiene and sanitation
  17. 17. ACHIEVEMENTS We have provided this facility to around 350 students from a non- formal education centre called Sankalp based in slums of DLF phase V, Gurgaon Around 120 students and teachers of Saksham School, Sushant Lok Phase I Sukarya provided health check up facilities and counseling to approximately 700 students of various HUMANA People to People India non-formal schools running in Gurgaon. These schools are running in Chakarpur, Jharsa, Sector 39, Basai Road.  Sukarya has provided health check up facilities to 300 students in a government school adopted by ICF (India Citizen Forum) in Nathupur.
  18. 18. While a lot has been achieved, a lot still needs to be done to realize our vision of a society where every individual enjoys good health, irrespective of his/her gender, socio-cultural background and economic status. Help us realize this dream.
  19. 19. SUKARYA Head office P-20, (First Floor), South Extn. Part-II, New Delhi-110049 India Tel: 91-011-26264192 Branch office Block E, Sushant Lok Phase I, Gurgaon - 122002 Haryana, Tel: 91-0124-4114253 Contact Person : Shipra Shukla Mob: +91-9910248487, +91-9999918517 Email: Website: