A free Mega Health Camp and Skill Development Training Programme was jointly organised by RAMAF (Rama Foundation) and RIMS (Regional Institute of Medical Sciences) on Saturday at a Manipur Trade Expo in Lamboikhongnakhong relief camp.
The camp will continue till September 30 2023, RAMAF stated in a release.
The programme, led by the esteemed resource person Soram Rajendra Kumar, regional achiever’s awardee, Managing Director of RAMF, and along with Y. Montesori Devi, H/M Lamlonggei Primary School Mantripukhi, RIMS Director PROF. G Sunil Kumar, Medical Superintendent Prof. N. Sanjib, CAO/FA S. Sarat, aims to provide essential healthcare services and empower displaced individuals with valuable skills so as to be self-employed and generate income. These initiatives are part of a broader effort to uplift and support the displaced population, the release said.
The Mega Health Camp offers a range of medical services, including health check-ups, and health awareness sessions, ensuring that the displaced residents have access to vital healthcare resources. Free medicines and sanitary pads were also distributed to all the patients, RAMAF said in the release. Y. Montessori also donated free uniforms to all the displaced children, the foundation said.
Simultaneously, the Skill Development Training Program equips participants with practical skills that can enhance their employability and self-sufficiency, contributing to their long-term well-being which includes Mushroom cultivation, Vermicompost, Food processing, Nursery making, Detergent making Biofloc, Hydroponic etc.
RAMAF and RIMS are committed to their mission of assisting marginalized and displaced communities. This event is just the beginning, as they plan to continue organizing similar programs in the future to further support and empower those in need, the foundation said.
For more information, please contact 8787734452 or visit the office of RAMAF at Nagamapal Rims Road, Imphal west, Manipur, the foundation said.