Tata Steel BSL Brings Primary Health Care Facility At The Doorstep Of Odisha Villagers
Kalmanga: Tata Steel BSL dedicated a mobile primary health care unit in Sundargarh district this week. It will also provide service to three adjoining villages.
The chief guest, Reena Rani Kumudei, Chairperson, Koida Panchayat Samiti flagged off the mobile unit in presence of Dibyahas Ray, Head, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Tata Steel BSL.
Commending Tata Steel BSL for the initiative, Reena Rani Kumudei said, “The mobile medical care unit will be of great service to the remote villages of the area as they will get doorstep health care.” She urged the villagers to make the best use of the facility.
Thanking public representatives and local villagers for their cooperation, Dibyahas Ray said, “ This is our first intervention in the health care service for the area. Going forward, we will have many such socio-economic initiatives under our CSR programme for the villages.”
Launched as part of the steel major’s CSR initiatives, the mobile unit is expected to benefit more than 2000 villagers living in Kanu Sahi and Kalmang villages of Malda Panchayat under Sundergarh District and Gandalpada village under Goali Panchayat of Keunjhar District. The mobile health care unit will visit the three villages as per the prescribed schedule to provide health care at the doorsteps of villagers and spread awareness about preventive measures for the various diseases.