All the supporters are requested to visit Wockhardt Hospital, Mumbai Central.
४ मार्च २०१८ को एकता जनहित सेवा संस्था का पहिला वर्धापनदिन मनाया गया दि: ४ मार्च को राष्ट्रीय सुरक्षा दिवस के महत्त्व को धयान मे रखते हूवे तालुका वसई के ग्रामीण भाग मे जिल्हा परिषद हत्ती पाडा स्कूली छात्र और अंगणवाडी बच्चो के सुरक्षा हेतू प्रथमोपचार के साहित्य भेट दिये गये. .
धामणगाव गढी येथे हळदी कुकवाचा प्रोग्राम घेण्यात आला यामध्ये गावातील शेकडो महिलांनी खूप मोठ्या प्रमाणावर सहभाग घेतला. क्रांतीजोती सावित्रीबाई फुले यांचे फोटो पूजनाने कार्यक्रम सुरु झाला. महिलांनी दरवर्षी होणाऱ्या कार्यक्रमामधे सहभाग घेऊन उत्कृष्ट उखाणे सांगितले. सौ. पद्मा नन्नावरे (मुख्याध्यापिका), सौ. आश्विनी दहेकर, सौ. दुर्गा रौन्दलकर, कु. प्रिया विलास कान्होलकर (सर्व शिक्षिका) आणि वर्षाताई चिंचोळकर (काळजी वाहक) यांनी हा कार्यक्रम आयोजित केला. सकाळी ११ ते ४.३० पर्यंत कार्यक्रम सुरूच राहिला गावातील सर्व महिलांनी पुढील वर्षी मोठा मंडप टाकून कार्यक्रम घेण्यास सुचविले. कारण खूप मोठ्या प्रमाणावर महिला उपस्तीत होत्या.
वैजापूर तालुक्यातील तलवाडा परिसरात पाणलोट व्यवस्थापन प्रकल्पास रलिवारपासून सुरूवात झाली आहे. त्यामुळे तलवाडी परिसरातील 3,660 हेक्टर जमीन ओलिताखाली येणार आहे. त्यासाठी 4.75 कोटी रूपयांची तरतूद करण्यात आली आहे.
तलवाडा येथे वसुंधरा राज्स्तरीय पाणलोट विकास यंत्रणा व यशवंतराव चव्हाण विकास प्रसारण यंत्रणा आणि जिल्हा अधिक्षक क्रूषी अधिकारी यांच्या संयुक्त विद्यमाने जनजाग्रूती जाणिव जाग्रूती कार्यक्रय घेण्यात आला.
मुम्बई सांताक्रुज (पूर्व) परम हाउस हॉल मे युग प्रवर्तक साहित्य संस्थान द्वारा हिंदी दिवस धूम- धाम से मनाया गया. कार्यक्रम की अध्यक्षता महावीरप्रसाद अग्रवाल (नेवटिया) ने व संचालन दिनेश मिश्र बैसवारी (कवि/पत्रकार) ने किया |
परिचर्चा और कविता पाठ मे भाग लेने वालो मे मोतीलाल बजाज, गीतकार रामजी कनौजिया, जवाहरलाल निर्झर, पं. बंशीधर शर्मा, शिवप्रकाश जौनपुरी, बी.एल.शर्मा कुंवारा, के.डी. शुक्ल, सूर्यकांत शुक्ल, विवेक राजस्थानी, श्रीनाथ शर्मा, रवि यादव, जगत किशोर त्रिवेदी, शिवम मिश्र, शाह बस्तीवाला, दीपक पाण्डेय और संगीता अग्रवाल इत्यादि थे |
कार्यक्रम समापन मे अमलेश नेगी को मौन श्रधांजलि अर्पित की गई |
In a noble wave to bring the free medical services at the doorstep at vital period of rainy season when most cases of sickness and other diseases are reported annually, Sanskar – The Foundation in collaboration with Senior Railway Institute – Santacruz (East) conducted a free medical camp at Hall of Senior Railway Institute, Prabhat Colony, Santacruz (East) on 3rd September 2017.
During the free medical camp, more than 400 patients got benefitted and one physically challenged patient said that they are very happy over organizing such a free medical camp. Doctors spanning across various fields such as Cardiology, ENT, Gynecology, Orthopedic, General Physician, Dental, Pathology and ECG were in the service during the camp.
Dr. Baswaraj, Cardiologist, said that patients turned up in large number beyond the expectation. Such free health check-up camp organized by Sanskar – The Foundation is good and we doctors are also ready to serve people in such camp added Dr. Ramesh Sharma.
When Mumbai Mayor Vishwanath Mahadeshwar witnessed the free health check-up camp said that many people got benefitted from the camp and he expressed his thankfulness to the Sanskar – The Foundation Chairman, Mr. Om Prakash Chamaria & Secretary, Mr. Suresh Saraogi and Senior Railway Institute, Santacruz (East), Hon General Secretary, Munesh Kumar Kulshrestha & Amit Sahu and appealed for many more such camps in other areas of the Mumbai city also.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Parag Alavani (MLA from Vile Parle) said, “Health is most important to all persons. People are more prone to get health problems during rainy season.” He appreciated Sanskar – The Foundation for conducting the camp and said serving the society with the motto of humanity is the most divine job one could ever do.
Mr. Dharmesh Vyas (Congress Party) congratulated all the doctors, who rendered services, saying they have contributed to one of the noblest causes of helping the society.
Mr. Ashok Saraogi (Advocate) said that the medical camp was conducted at the right time as the months of June to September was a season where people are prone to sickness due to rains and change of season.
Mrs. Usha Saraogi (Chairman of Mahila Samiti) advised to take precautions during the rainy season to prevent water borne diseases.
Mrs. Sushma Khowala (Secretary of Mahila Samiti) said many people suffered health problems since diagnosis was not done at early stage. Our country made rapid advancements in health care. Heart patients who underwent multiple bypass surgeries are living happily and hence what is important is early detection and right medical intervention.
The doctors of the Free Medical Health Check –up camp included Dr. Vijayalaxmi Goel (Gynaecologist), Dr. Rahul Modi (ENT Specialist), Dr. Bharat Tiwari (Pathologist), Dr. Rohit Shah (Dentist), Dr. Paresh Desai (Orthopedic), Dr. Ramesh Sharma (General Physician), Dr. Rohan Jadhav (General Physician), Dr. Shailesh Shinde (General Physician) and Dr. Baswaraj (Cardiologist).
Everyone present in the camp expressed their immense gratitude for organizing a free medical health check-up camp.
Sanskar – The Foundation expressed thankfulness to doctors, volunteers & well-wishers and especially to Santosh Ghag of Seven Hills Hospitals & the authorities of Senior Railway Institute – Santacruz (East).
Mumbai. As the nation celebrates its 71st Independence Day, both “Sanskar – The Foundation” and “Senior Railway Institute – Santacruz (East), Mumbai”, feel that the biggest service to the nation is the service of the mankind. To do so, they come together to celebrate the spirit of service by organizing Free Medical Health Check-Up Camp at Hall of Senior Railway Institute, Prabhat Colony, Santacruz (East) Mumbai spanning across the fields of Cardiology, ENT, Gynecology, Orthopedic, General Physician, Dental, Pathology.
This health camp is organized to spread awareness about these illnesses and about the ways of preventing these illnesses which people generally neglects.
Om Prakash Chamaria (Chairman) said: “We will provide free consultation to the patients and medical tests like Blood Sugar level, Hemoglobin count, Blood Pressure, ECG etc. will be done free of cost.”
The organizing team cordially invites all of you to be a part of this erudite symposium. They extend a warm welcome to the whole fraternity to kindly join us and help in bringing change in people’s lives.
Usha Saraogi (Chairman of Mahila Samiti) said: “Sanskar – The Foundation” is always dedicated to contribute the society by adding meaning and significance to the respective lives.
This is a collective attempt to raise the physical and mental health of the people. You are hereby requested to spare some time out from your busy schedules and join us in this noble cause.
Sushma Khowala (Secretary of Mahila Samiti) said: “Sanskar – The Foundation” has already conducted such camp in the month of May 2017, this would be the second health camp organized by the Foundation.
“There are lots of health issues encountered now a days, with this health camp our aim is to create health awareness among people and more such camps will be organized in the near future”, added Chamaria.
Details of the Free Medical Health Check-up Camp are as below:
Date: 3rd September 2017
Time: 09:00 AM to 02:00 PM
Venue: Hall of Senior Railway Institute, Prabhat Colony, Santacruz (East)
Contact: Suresh Saraogi (Secretary): +91 981 95 70 737
श्रीनाथजी सेवा संस्थान की ओर से मिशन मीरा के तहत उदयपुर, राजस्थान में महिलाओं को ई-रिक्षा का परीक्षण दिया जा रहा है. ताकि महिलाऐं आत्म निर्भर होकर आर्थिक रूप से सक्षम हो सके.
श्रीनाथजी सेवा संस्थान और प्रादेशिक परिवहन विभाग द्वारा उदयपुर में मिशन मीरा प्रोजेक्ट की शुरुआत की गई. मिशन मीरा का मुख्य उद्देश्य महिलाओं द्वारा महिलाओं की सुरक्षा करना है. मिशन मीरा के तहत महिओलाओं को ई-ऑटोरिक्शा प्रदान किया जायेगा.
ई-ऑटोरिक्शा के संचालन और चलने का प्रशिक्षण भी श्रीनाथजी सेवा संस्थान और प्रादेशिक परिवहन विभाग द्वारा दिया जाता है. मिशन मीरा के तह महिलाओं महिला रोजगार के लिए जून 17 में प्रशिक्षण दिया गया. इस प्रशिक्षण के लिए तीसरे बैच को ई-रिक्शा चलने के लिए शुरू किये गए बैच का उद्घाटन उदयपुर के जिला कलेक्टर ने किया. इस अवसर पर मिशन मीरा के प्रोजेक्ट संचालक और प्रादेशिक परिवहन अधिकारी डॉ. मन्ना लाल रावत, श्रीनाथजी सेवा संस्थान की अध्यक्ष साधना खथुरिया, जिले प्रमुख अधिकरीगण और नागरिक मौजूद थे. इस समारोह में पुराने बैच में प्रशिक्षित 25 महिलाओं को भी प्रशिक्षण के प्रमाण पत्र और ई-रिक्शा चलाने के लाइसेंस प्रदान किये गए.
अशोक लीलैंड की अशोक लीलैंड वाहन चालक प्रशिक्षण संस्थान द्वारा रेलमगरा, उदयपुर में महिलाओं को ई-रिक्शा और कार चलाने का प्रशिक्षण दिया गया है.
इसमें घरेलु महिओलाओं को श्रीनाथजी सेवा संस्थान द्वारा ई-रिक्शा के लिए मिशन मीरा में शामिल करने के लिए उदयपुर शहर की दस बस्तियों में सर्वे करवाया गया. सर्वे में महिलाओं को मिशन मीरा से वागत करवाया गया और इससे जुड़ने के लिए प्रेरित किया गया. मिशन मेरा उदयपुर के प्रादेशिक परिवहन अधिकारी डॉ. मन्ना लाल रावत द्वारा प्रारंभ किया गया है ताकि महिलाओं को रोजगार मिल सके और महिलाओं के परिवहन के लिए महिला रिक्शा चालक उपलब्ध हो से. श्रीनाथजी सेवा संस्थान की अध्यक्ष साधना खथुरिया ने अपनी टीम के साथ मिलकर मिशन मीरा को मूर्त रूप देने की शुरुआत की जिसके तहत उदयपुर में मिशन मीरा परियोजना कार्यरूप में एक अनुकरणीय परियोजना के रूप में सामने आई है.
Dehradun. GK Swamy, founder of the Purkal Youth Development Society (PYDS) Learning Academy a school for the ‘poorest of the poor’ on the outskirts of Dehradun is like having a lesson in what one can achieve if one sets out to work selflessly for others. Swamy, who is now in his early 80s laid the basis for the school albeit unknowingly after he shifted to the Doon valley post his retirement from Mumbai almost 20 years ago.
With time on his hands, the former economist started teaching local children at his home in Purkal village almost 20 km from Dehradun city, while his wife Chinni ensured that the children had enough to eat by cooking meals for them. Soon, more and more children started flocking to the couple necessitating the home classes to shift to a nearby building where the children were given after-school tutoring. The aim, recalls Swamy, was to help the children make the transition to a good English medium school from the village Hindi medium school. “Poor children have to learn only in Hindi, while children of the elite go to English medium schools. This policy has hindered upward mobility and denied poor children access to good education. We wanted to change that.”
Not only did Swamy managed to change that, his after-school bridge centre soon grew into a full-fledged school (pre-school to class XII) which is now affiliated with the CBSE and is offering a quality of education to children from several villages in and around Dehradun that is comparable, if not better than most private schools. Many of the school’s alumni — mostly sons and daughters of maids, labourers, casual workers and gardeners have got scholarships after passing out and are now studying in premier universities in the US and across the world. “I believe that all children have immense potential and poverty should not be an obstacle in bringing it out. That is why, we give them an education which ensures that they and their families never have to get back to the life that they started from.”
Swamy’s accent is not just on quality education, he also emphasises on the need for children to be provided wholesome food. As a result, all the 510 children in the school are provided four daily meals cooked fresh in the school and are picked up from home and dropped back. The school also ensures periodic health check-up of every child and keeps all their medical records till they pass out . Plus, there is an insistence on every student speaking in English which as Swamy points out, is essential if the students are to have an edge in a competitive world, and emerge as self-confident individuals. The cost of educating each child is around Rs one lakh per annum and the annual expenses of over Rs 5 crore are met entirely by donations. “We are lucky to have people supporting our work but it is a constant challenge to generate enough funds to ensure that the quality of education is not compromised.”
The school has also introduced innovations like having teacher mentors individuals who sit in each class and give feedback to teachers, as well as ‘remedial teachers’ whose work is to conduct one-to-one sessions with students in order to ensure that they catch up.
The efforts put by Swamy and his teachers are evident when one interacts with the students. Two students, Mansi Chhetri and Shivam Belwal recently featured among the top .1% scorers for English subject in CBSE schools across India.
In the recent group of students who passed out in March this year, most have already got scholarships for pursuing higher education in fields like fashion designing, physiotherapy, hospitality, mass communication and architecture from renowned colleges. One student, Jyoti Mamgain, daughter of a lady worker in PYDS’s Stree Shakti division (which helps provide self-employment to rural women) recently got selected for a 100% scholarship for a four-year university programme in the US.
Another girl, Aditi Thapli, daughter of a small kiosk owner, is going to Wharton School for a summer training programme while Shalini Sharma, daughter of a gardener, has won the Kennedy Lugar scholarship and will be going to the USA for one year. “This school has given be the confidence that I can be anything I want, if only I work hard enough. My life took a turn since I enrolled here six years ago,” said Muskan Godiyal, a class X student who is also a Brown University scholar, having attended a cultural exchange programme in USA. She is also the daughter of a gardener.
(Source: Times of India)
NGO Praja brings out a health report every year, analyzing data gathered from BMC’s health department using RTI
Civic officials dismissing NGO’s claims said, “A health programme cannot be analysed based on randomly gathered data using RTI.”
MUMBAI: Not only do 18 Mumbaikars die of tuberculosis (TB) every day, the number of Mumbaikars dropping out of rigorous TB treatment increased from 9% in 2012 to 19% in 2016-17, said new data released by NGO Praja on Wednesday.
However, civic officials dismissed the NGO’s analysis. “A health programme cannot be analysed based on some data randomly gathered using RTI,” said civic TB officer Dr Daksha Shah.
In fact, the BMC public health department had, in its RTI reply, asked Praja to analyse the data with Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP) officials.
Praja officials were adamant. “There is clearly something wrong with BMC’s TB control programme,” said Praja’s Milind Mhaske. “There has been a sharp drop in the number of people signing up with the RNTCP for treatment. This shows people prefer to go to the private sector for treatment. Moreover, the drop-out rate in the government programme has increased from 9% in 2012 to 19% in 2016,” he added.
Praja brings out a health report every year, analyzing data gathered from BMC’s health department using RTI. It uses information mentioned in death certificates to calculate the toll due to various diseases – a step the BMC has been opposed to because its officials say death certificates are not scientifically filled out (BMC is in the process of conducting educational programmes for doctors on how to fill a death certificate in accordance with World Health Organisation norms).
At a press conference held on Wednesday, Mhaske said, “Mumbai’s health budget for 2017-18 was Rs 3,312 crore. This is only marginally lower than the entire budget for Thane Municipal Corporation (Rs 3,390 crore). Yet, there is a lot more that needs to be done.”
BMC officials said the data was “unscientifically” put together. A senior BMC official on Wednesday said Praja sought data about “new registrations” in 2016 from the BMC. “We replied that new registrations are 15,767. Now, TB treatment stretches from six months to three years, leading to some patients continuing treatment for years,” said the official. Praja should have ideally asked for the total number of patients under treatment in a particular year. Dr Shah added Praja data possibly has a lot of duplication as it had collated data from dispensaries, hospitals as well as the public health department.
She added the BMC had done an analysis of the number of defaulters. “Around 30% of the defaulters’ list is made up of migrants who return home as soon as they feel better. The second major group is alcoholics,” said Dr Shah.