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‘Swasthya Raksha Programme’: Doctors for Rural India



Swasthya Rakshan Program has been launched by the AYUSH Ministry initiated through Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences (CCRAS), Central Council for Research in Unani Medicine (CCRUM), Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH) and Central Council for Research in Siddha (CCRS) in selected districts/ villages.

Objectives

  • To promote health and health education in villages.
  • To organize Swasthya Rakshan OPDs, Swasthya Parikshan Camps and Health/Hygiene awareness programme
  • Awareness about cleanliness of domestic surroundings and environment.
  • Provide medical aid/incidental support in the adopted Colonies/villages.
  • Documentation of demographic information, food habits, hygiene conditions, seasons, lifestyle etc. incidence/prevalence of disease and their relation to the incidence of disease.
  • Assessment of health status and propagation of Ayurvedic concept of pathya-apathya and extension of health care services.

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  1. Very nice PROGRAMME BY AYUSH DEPARTMENT SWASTHYA RAKSHAN PARIKSHAN PROGRAMME. LOT OF PEOPLE AROUND VILLAGE / SLUM AREA ARE GETTING TREATED SUCCESSFULLY.

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