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Towards forming a healthier society by propagating preventive measures, Seek foundation initiated with Health camp tour in the month of July in various villages. The objective of the foundation is to educate and make the people aware of how to take proper care of their health. These health awareness programs are conducted to impart health education on preventive and promotive health grounds by organizing various health camps at regular intervals are targeted towards providing health solutions. These camps are aimed at generating awareness, diagnosis, and treatment of numerous health hazards. The health camps are organized for  Malaria, Dengue, Breast cancer, self-hygiene and illness prevention. The session also educates the people about the Health schemes provided by the Health Department for women.

9th July at Poonthandalam

  • Over 40 end user, who participated in the drive, we’re taught about the preventive measures.
  • Deepa Laxmi & Dr. Prasanna of Tamil Nadu Health Department, Uthramerur Block, Kanchipuram district Manamathi Health Centre were the facilitators for the day.

17th July at Nagamedu

  • The village comprising of 45 families.
  • Sowmya from Health Department explained about the first aid and health-related issues that are prevailing in the village.
  • There were about 30 women participate in this awareness program.

19th July at Pulipakkam

  • Bharathithasan and Dr. Perumal Health Inspector, and his team were facilitators. The participants were taught about the communicable and noncommunicable disease. They were given awareness about breast cancer.
  • Following the session, medicines were distributed to the participants.

23rd July at Edayambudur

  • Over 140 women and few men participated in the camp.
  • Nurse Kalaiselvi explained about the self Hygiene and preventive measures for Dengue.

26th July at Kilakkadi

  • 65 working women participated.
  • Health inspector explained about the awareness program and preventive measures for Dengue.
  • Bhuvaneshwari, Seek Foundation volunteer motivated the people for small-scale business activities.
  • Following the session, medicines were distributed to the participants.

27th July at Pennalur

Health awareness programme was conducted at Pennalur on 27th July Friday .   About 90 women participated with great enthusiasm.  Doctor Lokesh from Tamil Nadu Health department explained about first aid and health issues faced  by women. Free medicines were distributed to the needy. Mrs, Jeyalakshmi explained the various small scale business ventures introduced by SEEK foundation for women empowerment  in the neighbouring villages and urged the people to involve in these training programs for the betterment of the economic situation of the village.

30th July at Marutham

  • 45 women participated
  • Health Department Duty Nurse explained about the awareness program.
  • Ms Benita,Seek Foundation volunteer motivated the people for small scale business activities

The complete health awareness programme is focused towards making rural people aware of how they can maintain a healthy lifestyle while undertaking various preventive measures.

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