Janata Clinic is a Social Welfare Movement designed to meet the health related needs of those people for whom health facilities is an unaffordable necessity. It is a campaign to provide medications and treatments to people who can’t afford the treatment of private hospitals and government hospitals.
Emergency kits along with sawyer water filters and solar lamps were distributed to the flood affected families of Chhipaharmai Rural Municipality of Parsa district in partnership with Sanskriti- a junction for creative youths of Parsa. 40 families of Jaimanglapur ward of the Rural Municipality received the kits.
A one-day reusable cloth pad making workshop was conducted in Nobel college through collaboration with the Nepal Youth Red Cross Circle – Nobel College (NYRCC-NC) to empower youths with the knowledge of sustainable alternatives to commercial pads.
Janata Clinic recently reached All Nepal College of Technical Education at Gaushala to talk to 66 students of Diploma in Pharmacy about the sustainable alternatives for menstrual hygiene management. The response was overwhelming and 15 students were committed to changing menstrual hygiene behavior.
A one-day water workshop was conducted at Shree Mithileshwar Mahuwahi Secondary School of Mithila Bihari Municipality, Dhanusha, with the motto ‘clean water saves life’. A total of eight female students of grade levels 8 and 9 participated in the workshop along with their respective principals.
Samartha Nepal provided a demonstration of Sawyer Water Filters to the Mayors of Mithila Bihari and Hanspur municipalities of Dhanusha alongside principals of seven schools in these municipalities. The installation procedure and use of the filters were demonstrated to the principals, mayor and other participants.
Janata Clinic team handed over Sawyer Water Filters to Shree Sheela Devi Basic School in Dhokshan of Shankharapur Municipality of Kathmandu. Alongside sawyer filters for ensuring safe drinking water for all, backpacks comprising one set of school supplies like copies, pens and pencils, color pencils, geometry sets, etc. was distributed among all the students as a gift for the festive season.
Janata Clinic conducted a one day health awareness and specialist screening camp at Shreetole, Basundhara. The camp extended screening services to around 150 participants among which 38 were diagnosed with kidney problems and 18 with pulmonary diseases.
Continuing with the preventive intervention programs, an awareness program on breast cancer was conducted in collaboration with Trishakti Yuwa Club and Mahila Samuha at Samundra Vidhya Pratisthan, Kathmandu Constituency no. 05.
This workshop was a part of the preventive health intervention in housewives through nutrition education and awareness, conduced in St. Lawrence College at Chabahil, Kathmandu, in collaboration with the Office of the Member of Parliament.
A psychosocial screening and basic counseling program was conducted, under Samartha Dhokshan project of Samartha Nepal, in supervision of Consultant Neuropsychiatrist Dr. Ritesh Thapa, Director of Rhythm Neuropsychiatry Hospital And Research Center Pvt. Ltd.
Janata Clinic conducted a One Day Free Multispecialty Health Camp at a health post in Chilaunebas, Syangja in collaboration with a local community installation called Jharkhola Motilal Smriti Pratisthan.
Janata Clinic in collaboration with the Office of the Member of Parliament, Kathmandu-4 conducted an Awareness program and a general screening camp for Kidney Disease and a general screening at GATE International College, Mahankal – 9, Mandikhatar.
A two day Free Multispecialty Health Camp was conducted at Mahuwa, Janakpurdham-18 of Dhanusha district. This Janata Clinic Camp was an initiative of Samartha Nepal coordinated by Rotary Club of Durbarmarg Kathmandu and supported by Koshish Nepal Foundation, Dharan.
A Janata Clinic – Mass Cancer Awareness program was conducted in association with Nepal Cancer Relief Society, Society for Development and Peace and coordinated by the MP Office, Kathmandu – 4 (Gagan Thapa) at Galaxy Public School, Gyaneshwor.
A one day Free General and Pediatric Camp was conducted at Tarakeshwor – 14, Kathmandu. With this camp, Janata Clinic has moved out of Constituency no. 4 to extend its services to the Constituency no. 6 in coordination with the Member of Parliament, Mr. Bhimsen Das Pradhan.