Lack of infrastructure, distance are two main problems that tribal people face to have access to Primary Health Care centres. As a result, pregnant women were anaemic due to vitamin, iron, and calcium deficiency and new born death records were high. In order to make healthcare facilities accessible to them, we started Tribal Mobile Outreach Services which ensures holistic health development of tribal communities especially tribal women to have safe deliveries, and inoculation for tribal children.
- To pave way for accessing basic health care of women and children
- Ensure 100% coverage of immunization and prevent infant mortality and Maternal mortality
- To promote institutional delivery
- Organized Health camps
- Tribal Mobile outreach services is done with the support of NHM
- Immunization is given to pregnant women and Children
- Awareness on malnutrition to ensure healthy living
- Hygiene and good health practices are encouraged
- Lobby for PHCs for the tribal area and enhancement of facilities at the existing PHCs
- Prevention of Mother Mortality, Prenatal and post-natal care and support
Providing healthcare access for tribal communities has been our important objective. We run a Mobile Medical Unit that attends the medical needs of people living in remote areas. Outbreak of pandemic has pushed us further to focus more on health of the community. With the help of Primary Health Care centre, we conduct free ANC, and PNC health check-ups for pregnant and lactating mothers from hilly villages of Kodagarai, Thozhuvapetta, Kottaiyurkollai and Gullaty. Through our Nutrition Mela programme, we provide healthy, nutritious supplements for pregnant women, and adolescent girls, and we also shared the procedures for enrolling and availing benefits under government health schemes. Special Medical Camp for Non-Communicable Disease (NCD) is conducted to reach out to men and women aﬀected by diabetes, BP. RDC has eﬀectively rendered its service to improve the health of the community and reduce malnourishment, anaemia, new born death rates prevailing among women and children of tribal community.
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