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Mobile Medical Clinic for Aged People

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Health Organisation has been providing basic health care services to the rural community through its Mobile Health Services Programme. Since April 2013, the Organisation has started a separate outreach health program for aged people entitled “Mobile Medical Clinic for Aged People”. The programme covers 6 (six) Remote hilly and remote villages in Kangpokpi district of Manipur, India.

 

The objectives of the programme are to provide basic health care services to the poor and disadvantaged aged people in the remote and hilly areas of Manipur and to provide awareness information & education to the rural aged people on health and sanitation.

Services provided through the programme include Mobile OPD service with free treatment and Free supply of medicines and nutritional supplements for rural aged people and Health Awareness Service for aged people.

The programme has benefitted more than 30,000 rural aged population.

Promotion of Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health

 

The Rural Health Organisation has been providing health awareness and basic health care services on reproductive and sexual health to the adolescents and women in the rural community since its establishment in 1986. Since April 2018, the Organisation has started a separate program exclusively for adolescents entitled “Promotion of Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health”.

 

The objectives of the programme are to develop the capacity of adolescents to understand their sexual and reproductive health; to reduce sexual activity and number of sexual partners among adolescents; to increase contraceptive use by sexually active adolescents; to lower rates of early and unwanted pregnancy among adolescents; to lower rates of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV among adolescents and to improve nutritional status of adolescents.

Services provided through the programme include School Health Programme on Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health; Community Health Awareness Programme on adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health; Free Medical Camps on Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health and IEC materials on Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health.

The programme has benefitted more than 8,000 adolescents from the rural community.

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Old Age Home

 

A rising trend is being noticed among the elderly people, who move out of their homes and into habitats especially catering to their needs, in order to spend their later years in comfort. To meet the need of the elder people in the state of Manipur, the Rural Health Organization has started a Centre providing social and health cares to the elderly people. The Centre started as Non-residential facility named -“Day Care Centre for Aged” in April 2011. The Centre is then upgraded into full residential facility for elderly people known as “Kanglei Old Age Home” from April 2017.

The objectives of the programme are to provide residential care to the elderly people and to provide basic needs of elderly people like shelter, food, medical care, recreation and entertainment services.

Services provided by the Home include Free Residential facility for elderly people; Free foodings and clothings, Free regular health care services; Recreational facilities such as Gardening, T.V. watching, Radio listening, Newspaper, etc.; Outdoor Facilities such as Outing, sight-seeing, going to Mandir/religious places, going for Picnic, Drama, Cinema watching, etc.; Free daily yoga and meditation services for the elderly people.

The programme has benefitted 54  disadvantaged aged people from the rural community.

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Day Care Centre for Aged

 

The Rural Health Organization has umplemented a Non-residential facility for elderly people named -“Day Care Centre for Aged” from 2011 to 2017. The Centre has been upgraded into Old Age Home w.e.f. April 2017.

 

The objective of the project was to provide non-residential daily care to the aged people from the rural community.

Services provided through the programme include recreational facilities such as Gardening, T.V. watching, Radio listening, Newspaper reading, Caroms, Chess, Ludoos; Outing, sight-seeing, going to Mandir; Going for Picnic, Drama, Cinema watching; Debating; Free Light Refreshment (twice daily) and Free Routine health care services.

The programme has benefitted more than 180 elderly people from the rural community.

Training on Garment Making for Young Women

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Health Organisation has implemented a vocation training program for young women entitled " Training on Garment Making for Women" during 2001 to 2005. the programme was sponsored by Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India.

The objectives of the programme were to establish vocational training course for ST/SC/OBC and Rural Women; to train the needy and deserving women through intensive training on garment making; to produce trained and qualified women in the field of garment making and to impart self-employment to the needy and deserving ST/SC/OBC and Rural Women.

Services provided through the programme include Trainings On Garment Making For Women;  formation of self help groups from amongst the trained women and Post Training Income Generation Programme.

The programme has benefitted 150 young women belonging to ST/SC/OBC from the rural community.

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National Integration Camp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Health Organisation has implemented a programme for promotion of youth entitled " National Integration Camp" during the year 1999. Youths from different communities namely Hindus, Muslims and Christains had participated the programme.The programme was sponsored by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India.

The objectives of the programme were to create public opinion against forces promoting national disintegration; to involve organized social groups for action to serve the objective of national integration and to promote spirits of communal harmony among the youths.

Services provided through the programme include awareness education sessions on national intergation, Role of youths in community development, Roles of youths on income generating programmes, Roles of youths in the intervention of HIV/AIDS, Roles of youths in the prevention of drug abuse, Promotion of community harmony, etc.; Video Shows on socially useful matters; Cultural programmes; Recreations, Games & Sports; .Field Visits.

The programme has benefitted 100 youths from different communities.

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Pre-School for Disabilities

 

The Rural Health Organization has dedicated its activities on promotion of welfare of persons with disabilities such as Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation, Multiple disabilities, visually, orthopedically and hearing handicapped persons. The RHO has started to work on welfare of Orthopedically handicapped persons by supplying gamlas (flower pots) for plantation of flower and fruit plants with the aim of developing environment, earning of income and to improve their working capabilities . So, in continuation of our function in this field, the Organization has set up a Pre-school for Disabilities at Naoremthong, Imphal on March 2002 till 2017 for promotion of welfare of Autism, Cerebral palsy, mental retardation and multiple disabilities.

 

Services provided through the programme include educational session, health care, refreshments and recreation.

The programme has benefitted more than 150 disabled children from the rural community.

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  • Rural Health Organisation has changed the lives of more than 1 crore (10 million) rural population since 1986.

  • We rehabilitate drug addicts and alcoholics and bring them back to the social mainstream.

  • We get destitute women and girls access to shelter, food, clothing, health care, vocational activities and protect them from harm and abuse.

  • We provide health care and health awareness programmes for the underprivileged rural population in remote and hard to reach hilly areas of Manipur.

  • We reach out to the rural elderly population through our outreach programmes for elderly people.

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