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Tuesday, July 5, 2016

We Care for Humanity (WCH) Launched Free Medical Camp in 12 Villages in India for 1 Year




Tamil Nadu, July2, 2016- We Care for Humanity, a USA based NGO with chapters around the world launched its Free Medical Camp, last July 1, 2016 in 12 villages located in Tamil Nadu State in India namely Nenmeli, Thunjam, Dharmapuram, Malalinatham, Keerapakkam, Orathur, Sogandi, Keelaveedu, Meleripakkam, Puleri, Meleri and Alagusamuthiram.

With the permission of the Her Excellency Amma J. Jayalalitha, the chief minister of Tamil Nadu State, this program is set to run for one year, servicing one village a month. More than 50,000 people (700 families) living in the above mentioned villages who normally travel 15-20 kilometers by bus just to reach the town hospital will benefit from this program focusing on General Medicine, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology.  
Patients who are suffering from chest pains and breathing problems, diabetes, hypertension, back and joint pains, chronic leg pains, irregular menstruations, including new born baby issues will get doctor consultation, sugar check-ups, blood pressure check-ups, general check-ups and medicine, all for free. 
The WCH Free Medical Camp under the patronage of Princess Maria Amor, founder and president of We Care for Humanity is an enjoined efforts of the newly appointed WCH Humanitarian Ambassadors, Dr. N. Naveen, MBBS,MD, Rajasimhan Murugavel, and Mr. Logesh Dhanasekaran in collaboration with  Dr. M. Arun, MBBS, MD, Dr. Anand Babu, MBBS, Dr. J. Visnurajkumar, MBBS, MD and Dr. Muthu Pandy MBBS.
 

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