Health Check Up Camp
India was ranked 179 out of 189 countries on prioritisation given to health in government budgets.
Hospitals and other medical facilities are still beyond the reach of several people in India, due to which the country has seen more deaths due to poor healthcare quality and lack of medical access.
A well-organised health checkup camp with a concentration on the various principles of planning, coordination, collaboration, tools, and techniques not only makes a health camp successful but also aids in improving the health status of the unreached community who are often deprived of basic to advance health care facility due to different circumstances.
Keeping the situation in mind Tapas foundation organised a health check up camp for the underprivileged families of Jhandewalan basti, on 29th August 2021 wherein the people were treated by our doctors and with the assistance of Deputy Commissioner of central district, Delhi.
The doctors treated the people of Jhandewalan and did a general checkup and gave medicine to the ones who needed it or showed symptoms of common cold, fever and Flu.
Tapas also distributed cookies and peanut butters to everyone for their medical health and benefits.
Health camps are an effective strategy adopted by both government and non-government organizations, with various scopes. We aim to prioritise the health of unreached sectors of the society through our campaigns.