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Jeevan Dhara - Health Camps

We organize Health Camps. We focus on immunization, blood check-ups for identifying haemoglobin deficiency and identifying patients of TB, Diabetes, and Heart Diseases etc.

We also focus on mother and child malnutrition and health problems of pregnancy and issues of adolescent girls.

Our aim is to generate awareness about issues related to mother and child malnutrition and spreading good health practices and hygiene among villagers.

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Jeevan Dhara - Specialized Health Camp

We organize specialized health camps to treat and give consultation services for cardiac, diabetes gynecological oncology general surgery and eye checkups.

The first such camp was organized on 8th Feburary 2020 which was attended by 700 patients. Following specialist doctors were present

  1. Dr R.S. Sharma Senior Cardiologist
  2. Dr Vijay Gahalot Onco-Surgeon
  3. Dr Ashish Dubey Paediatrician
  4. Dr Tiwari General Surgeon
  5. Dr Sharma Gynecologist
  6. Dr Vinita Dubey Gynecologist

Jeevan Dhara - Rural Health Camps

We organize Health Camps. We focus on immunization, blood check-ups for identifying haemoglobin deficiency and identifying patients of TB, Diabetes, and Heart Diseases etc.

We also focus on mother and child malnutrition and health problems of pregnancy and issues of adolescent girls.

Our aim is to generate awareness about issues related to mother and child malnutrition and spreading good health practices and hygiene among villagers.

We also accept support in terms lump sum donations:

  • Rs 25000 for organizing rural health camp at sub block level.
  • Rs 100000 for specialized health camp at district head qurter.


Jeevan Dhara - Mobile Health Care Clinic

Jeevan Dhara : Endeavor to Support Health Services in Dindori

The project Jeevan Dhara aims to provide basic health services by running Mobile Health Care Service and specialized health services by organizing health camps in the District of Dindori.

Dindori is one of the remotest tribal dominated district with estimated population of 8.5 lakhs out of which around 90 % are tribals.

As per the record of CMHO Dindori there are only 24 allopathic doctors in the district of Dindori (18 government and 6 private practitioners).

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The district doesn’t have rail connectivity and the nearest good health services are available only in Jabalpur

The centre will run a OPD clinic with a qualified MBBS doctor in 30 selected villages of Dindori Tahsil of District Dindori. The van will visit each selected village twice a month on alternative week.


AIM OF THE PROJECT

To provide curative health care Service at the door step of residents of 30 village and around one lakh residents within 5 kilometers by operating a Jeevan Dhara Mobile Healthcare Clinic (JMCH) on a modified vehicle with all basic facilities of OPD mounted on it.

Educate people about standard process of health, hygiene nutrition and sanitation for healthy life.

The Operation of the Project
  1. The JMCH will start at 7.30 AM from the residence of the visiting doctors in Jabalpur six days in a week and visit 3 villages every day.
  2. The JMCH will stay around 1 ½ hour in each of the 3 selected villages and the visiting doctor will examine the patients available and prescribe medicines.
  3. The district health administration has agreed to make available generally prescribed medicines at the Sub Health Centre of the concerned village.
  4. The centre will mobilize local volunteers and also take support of available government paramedical staff in the village of visit and surrounding villages within 5 km to bring patients to the mobile JMCH visiting the village
  5. Each village will be visited twice in a month by the JMCH on a fixed time.
  6. The IOIC will bear the cost of capital items and daily operations with the support of founders and crowdfunding and CSR funding.
  7. Daily operation, management support will be given by the dedicated IOIC team.
  8. The IOIC will arrange proper movement, breakfast lunch and other facilities to the doctor visiting the villages.
  9. Doctors will be selected either on philanthropic basis(without Pay or without Honorarium) or on contract basis on payment of Pay or Honorarium. Doctors have to visit as per agreement with them by following three manner in agreement period
    • On selected days (at least 2 or more days in multiple of 2 per month)
    • Weekly basis ( one or two week per month)
    • Monthly basis (Full month)

Funding of the Projects

For health camps we seek services of senior specialist doctors from Jabalpur on philanthropic basis and for other operational arrangements we seek support from local philanthropists and gap funds are managed by the founders of the IOIC.

In the first camp of 8TH February we got food from Smt Manju Sharma for all patients and volunteers
Volunteers were arranged by Sri Sunil Patel We also collect funds from general public.
Please Donate in any of the following ways to support the project :-

Our aim is to generate awareness about issues related to mother and child malnutrition and spreading good health practices and hygiene among villagers.

We also accept support in terms lump sum donations:

  • Rs 10000 for providing health services in three villages by mobile clinic on your or family members birth day, anniversary day or on any other memorial day or otherwise. The doner may visit along with JMCH on the day.
  • Support operations of mobile clinic in multiple of Rs 1000 per month monthly or lump sum.
  • We need commitment of donation to begin the project for recurring expenditure about 3 lakh per month. You may give this by enrolling as honorary member with commitment of money or time.

Please commit financial support from 1.1.2021 by enrolling honorary member and declaring commitment there