U-Respect Foundation has conducted several health camps in villages of  Vadodara district, Gujarat.

The community were asked to collect at a designated place in the village where the general data like height, weight to estimate Body Mass Index (BMI) was done. Blood sample was collected to check for hemoglobin levels.

A general practitioner also conducted patient examination and noted his observations on the case paper. The beneficiary then proceeded to a second room for eye- examination.

ENT check up was also carried out by the medical officer. In some cases medicines were given to the patients but in most cases a prescription was provided to the patients for buying medicines from a medical shop.

U-Respect was represented in the conference on “Sharing of Best Practices: Improving Maternal, New Born and Child Health in India” on 24 th March, 2018, organised by FICCI, New Delhi.

Dr. Arundhati Char, President, presented U-Respect Foundation’s innovation in sexual and reproductive health and rights among tribal communities in India, and discussed outcomes and impact of a three-year intervention at a workshop on “Can new technologies improve sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR)?”.

This was organised jointly by the National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) and Väestöliitto, Helsinki, Finland on 18 th June, 2018.

Our Co-Founder Arti Kandala was conferred the Vocational Excellency Award by Rotary Club of Satellite City, Navi-Mumbai for her services towards the rural and BoP Population in bring about a changes in their health and well-being.

Session on Importance of WASH and Menstrual Hygiene Information Education and Communication amongst middle school children

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