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RHD
Rural Homoeo Dispensary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Health Organisation has been running a Health Care Facility for AYUSH (Homoeopathic) System of Medicine known as Rural Homoeo Dispensary (RHD) at the PHCC Building Complex, Sagolband Tera Lukram Leirak, Imphal West, Manipur since February 1986.

The project objectives are to provide basic health services to rural people through Homoeo System of Medicine; to provide AYUSH health services on Mother and Child Health among the rural community and to raise awareness of the rural people on Homoeopathy.

 

Services provided by the Rural Homoeo Dispensary are AYUSH OPD Service (Homoeopathy) with free treatment and free supply of Essential Medicines & nutritional supplements; Free AYUSH (Homoeo) Health Camps with free treatment, free supply of medicines and nutritional supplements; Mother And Child Health Programme with free separate Homoeo OPD Services for mother and child of the rural communities; AYUSH Awareness Progammes On Mother And Child Health; distribution of IEC materials on AYUSH to the rural community. 

Since its establishment in 1986, the Dispensary has provided treatment to more than 1.5 lakh rural population.

Primary Health Care Centre 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Health Organisation has been running a Primary Health Care Centre (PHCC) at Sagolband Lukram Leirak, Imphal since February 2010. The PHCC building was constructed through funding from the Embassy of Japan, New Delhi under Ministry of External Affairs, Government of Japan, Tokyo. So far, the Primary Health Care Centre has been functioning with Organization’s own fund.

 

The project objectives are to provide basic institutional health services to the rural community and to provide family planning and health awareness services to the rural community.

Services provided by the Centre are OPD Service (Allopathy) with free treatment and free supply of Essential Medicines & nutritional supplements; Free Minor OT & Emergency Service; ANC and PNC Services; Family Planning Programme and School Health Programme.

Since its establishment in 2010, the Centre has benefitted more than 70,000 rural population.

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Our Work

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Health and Education
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Mobile Dispensary for Scheduled Tribes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Health Organisation has been providing basic health care services to the tribal people in the rural community through its Mobile Health Services Programme since April 2013. The Mobile Dispensary covers 10 (Ten) remote and hard to reach tribal villages in Kangpokpi district of Manipur in India. The project is funded by Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi.

 

The project objectives are to provide basic health care services to the poor and disadvantaged rural tribal population residing in the remote and hard to reach areas of Manipur and to provide awareness information education to the rural community on health care of tribal people.

 

Services provided by the Mobile Dispensary are Mobile OPD Clinic in the every village; Free OPD & treatment for rural tribal community with Free supply of medicines and nutritional supplements; Provided counseling services to the rural tribal community and their families and Health Awareness Service for rural tribal community.

 

Since its establishment in 2013, the Mobile Dispensary has benefitted more than 36,000 rural tribal population in the project area.

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AYUSH Promotion Campaign

The Rural Health Organisation has been providing awareness, education and medical services to promote the AYUSH system of medicines among the rural community in the state of Manipur since its establishment in 1986. It has started a separate outreach campaign known as AYUSH Promotion Campaign since 2018 through own source of funding.

 

The project objectives are to provide outreach health care services to rural people through AYUSH System of Medicine; to raise awareness among the rural community on AYUSH system of medicine and to promote healthy life of the rural community through AYUSH System of Medicine.

Services provided through the Campaign include Free AYUSH Health Camps; AYUSH Awareness Programmes in the rural community; Yoga demonstration sessions at schools and in the communities; distribution of IEC materials on AYUSH to the community for better awareness and understand of AYUSH. 

 

The Campaign has benefitted 330 patients through AYUSH system of medicine;  468 rural community through AYUSH Awareness Programmes; 2040 students and rural community through Yoga Demonstration sessions and distributed 5,000 copies of IEC materials on AYUSH to the rural community.

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Skill Development for Unskilled Mid-Wives

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Health Organisation has implemented a project titled “Skill Development for Un-skilled Mid-Wives” during 2010-11 in the state of Manipur.  The project was sponsored by Child Health Foundation, Columbia, USA.

 

The project objective was to provide health awareness/health education to local un-skilled midwives to improve the status of pregnant women and children.

 

Services provided through the project include Skill training on mid-wifery  for un-skilled  mid-wives; Health education on hygiene, immunization etc.; Use of Blood pressure instrument, thermometer, stethoscope and injection therapy; study on sterilization, maternal care, nutrition; provision of routine Immunisation to pregnant women and children in the remote area; Provision of supplements ( Iron and Folic Acid  for 100 days during pregnancy, Vitamin A, ORS, etc.).

 

The project has trained 60 mid-wives from rural areas and benefitted 889 pregnant women and children in the project area.

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Seminar On Traditional System Of Medicines & Health Care

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Health Organisation has conducted a One Day Seminar on “Traditional System of Medicine and Health Care” on 27th February 2011 at N.G. College Conference Hall, Naoremthong, Imphal, Manipur. The said Seminar was organized under the sponsorship of National Council of Rural Institute, Hyderabad, Government of India.

 

The objective of the seminar was to promote the knowledge of Traditional system of  Medicine and  Health care among the common people of the remote areas of Manipur.

Services provided include general information on Traditional System of Medicine and Health Care; information on the status and condition of Traditional System of Medicine and Health Care in Manipur; information on identification of medicinal plants, parts used and time of collection for preparation of the medicine and their applications in the diseased conditions; demonstration of medicinal plants and advice for cultivation and preservation of indigenous medicinal plants.

 

The seminar was attended by 40 traditional medicine practioners from different areas of Manipur.

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IEC Scheme under Indian System of Medicines & Homoeopathy

The Rural Health Organisation has implemented a project entitled "IEC SCHEME UNDER INDIAN SYSTEM OF MEDICINES & HOMOEOPATHY" during the year 1999-2002. The project was sponsored by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, New Delhi.

The project objectives are to create awareness among the community about preventive, promotive and curative aspects of Indian System of Medicines & Homoeopathy and to promote Indian System of Medicines & Homoeopathy (ISM&H).

Services provided through the project include Training Workshop for Homeopathic practitioners; ISM&H Health Melas with free treatment & distribution of homoeopathic medicines; Community Awareness Meetings on ISM&H; Yoga demonstration in primary classes; Cultivation of Medicinal Plants in rural and tribal area and Distribution of IEC materials on ISM&H.

 

The project has trained 120 homoeopathic practitioners and benefitted 8,000 rural population through its various services. 

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Village Health Assistants Programme

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Health Organisation has implemented a project entitled "Village Health Assistants Programme" during the year 1992-93. the project was implemented in 15 villages in senapati district of Manipur, India. The project was sponsored by MISEREOR, Germany.

The project objectives are to provide basic health care service to the rural people through village health assistants and to provide education and awareness on health & nutrition to the community.

 

The project activities include Training on Village Health Assistant for Youths and Training Programmes on Nutrition and Community Health.

The project has trained 150 youths and benefitted more than 10,000 rural population in the project area

All India Radio (AIR) Talks On Health Topics

The Rural Health Organisation has been undertaking All India Radio (AIR) Talks on various health topics through All India Radio, Imphal Station, Government of India since 1990. The Radio talk is conducted by Dr. H. Indramani Singh, General Secretary of Rural Health Organisation. All India Radio, Imphal service is available and listened in the nook and corner of Manipur and other Manipuri speaking regions in the neighbouring states (Assam, Tripura) and neighbouring countries (Myanmar, Bangladesh).

The project objectives are to create mass awareness on health to the public through AIR and to promote Homoeopathic system of medicines to the general public in mass.

 

Some of the health topics being delivered through AIR Imphal are Hypertension And Its Treatment By Homoeopathy; Common Children’s Diseases And HomoeoTreatment; Poliomyelitis-Its Prevention And Homoeo Treatment; Role Of Rural Health Organisation In The Anti-Drug Campaign Of Manipur; Smoking Causes Terrible Diseases And Its Treatment; Piles And Its Treatment; Gastro-Enteritis And Its Treatment; Morning Sickness And Homoeopathic Treatment; Tumor And Homoeopathy; Asthma And Homoeopathic Treatment; Vitamin Deficiency Diseases And Homoeo Treatment; Care And Hygiene Of Infants; Worm Cases In Children And Its Treatment; Non Surgical Homoeo Treatment Of Stone Case; Malaria And Homoeopathic Treatment; Infantile Diarrhea; Causes Of Diabetes And Homoeopathic Treatment; Blood Pressure And Its Homoeo Treatment; Treatment Of Children Through Mental Symptoms; Epilepsy And Its Treatment; Homoeopathy And Its Mode Of Treatment; Rheumatism And Homoeopathic Treatment; Mental Symptoms Its  Management; etc.

Till date, Rural Health Organisation has delivered 34 health topics and has benefitted more than 68 lakhs population of Manipur and its neighbouring states and countries.

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Essential Health Care for the Underserved (SCF)

The Rural Health Organisation has been implementing a Project entitled "Essential Health Care for the Underserved" since December 2019. The project is sponsored by Share and Care Foundation, New Jersey, USA. The project covers 5 villages in Kangpokpi and Imphal West districts of manipur.

 

The project objectives are to provide health awareness and basic health care services to the underserved remote villagers in this project area.

The activities include Mobile Medical Clinic, Mother and Child Health Programme and Community Meetings. The rural population receives mobile OPD service, ANC, PNC, Health check-up for 0-5 years children, vaccination and family welfare services.

 

The project has benefitted 3,819 rural population till date through the various project activities.

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Training On Maternal Health

The Rural Health Organisation has conducted a training programme for local mid-wives and ASHAs (Accredited Social Health Activists) entitled “Training on Maternal Health” during the year 2014-15.

 

The project objectives are to provide awareness and education to local mid-wives and ASHAs on maternal health; to promote the health status of pregnant women, nursing mother and children through the service of local mid-wives and ASHAs; to reduce Maternal Mortality rate in the rural community and to involve community in the improvement of maternal health.

 

The project has trained Trained 40 ASHAs and Local Mid-wives on maternal health.

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COVID-19 Response Programme (SCF)

The Rural Health Organisation has implemented a Project entitled "COVID-19 Response Programme" during COVID-19 Pandemic in Manipur state (India) in 2021. The project is sponsored by Share and Care Foundation, New Jersey, USA. The project covered 8 villages in Kangpokpi and Imphal West districts of Manipur.

 

The project objectives are to promote socio-economic status of BPL families in the rural community and to increase awareness and knowledge on COVID-19 among the rural community in the project area.

The activities include distribution of relief materials to BPL families residing in the eight remote villages in the project area and awareness generation programme on COVID-19 prevention and management. Distributed items in each package includes – rice, flour, masoor dal, moong dal, gram, dried whole peas, split peas, salt, sugar, potato, onion, garlic, soyabean chunks, edible mustard oil, besan, soaps, dried fish, etc.

 

The project has benefitted 240 BPL families in the 8 villages in Manipur state.

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Community Outreach Health Programme (SCF)

The Rural Health Organisation has been implementing a Project entitled "Community Outreach Health Programme" since December 2021. The project is sponsored by Share and Care Foundation, New Jersey, USA. The project covers 6 villages in Imphal West district of Manipur.

 

The project objectives are to provide health awareness and basic health care services to the underserved remote villagers in this project area.

The activities include Mobile Medical Clinic, Monthly Mother and Child Health Programme, Monthly Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health Programme and Monthly Community Health Awareness Programmme. The rural population receives mobile OPD service, ANC, PNC, Health check-up for 0-5 years children, vaccination, ARSH service and family welfare services.

 

Till date (March 2022) the project has benefitted 943 rural population through the various project activities.

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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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