To address the urgent healthcare needs of the neglected populace in Gurugram, Smile Foundation launched Smile on Wheels mobile hospital programme, with the support of SBI-Card.
The project will provide doorstep preventive, curative and promotive healthcare facilities in 12 slum communities spread throughout the city. Various disease patterns have been detected in the population ranging from diarrhoea, arthritis and skin infections to more serious ailments. Other than this, special awareness sessions will also be held from time to time on important health related issues for the people. Community mobilizers and volunteers make regular home visits and conduct follow ups of the treatment given. ANC and PNC are essential priorities of the project centred on making mothers and children healthier.
The project will cover 12 neglected slum locations including Wazirabad I, Dhani, Wazirabad II, Dhani, Tulip White, Jharsa, Dharam Colony, Kanai Gaon, R D City, Chandan nagar II, Nathupur Gaon, Sarol gaon, Chackarpur and Kadipur.
Door Step health facilities will provide treatment for seasonal diseases, antenatal care, post natal care, communicable diseases and other primary health issues.
There will be availability of 40 different types of medicines which will include antibiotic, antihistaminic etc. are ensured. Few of the medicines available are Amoxicillin, Cipraflox, Doxicytline.
SoW is will act as a bridge between community and government by referring patients for specialised treatments of nearby government health facilities
The Pathological Services includes tests for Haemoglobin, Diabetes, Malaria, Dengue, Typhoid, Blood Group; Pregnancy etc.
21,346 CHILDREN DIRECTLY PROVIDED EDUCATION THROUGH 120 CENTERS IN 21 STATES
50% OF TOTAL BENEFICIARIES ENROLLED WHERE GIRL CHILDREN, TO ENSURE A FAIR START FOR ALL
100% CHILDREN RECEIVED REGULAR NUTRITION & HEALTH CARE SUPPORT
100% TEACHER RECEIVED TRAINING IN INNOVATIVE TEACHING SKILLS
A TOTAL 460 OPDS ORGANIZED
1914 PATHOLOGICAL TESTS WERE CONDUCTED SO FAR.
OVER 102 ICE ACTIVITIES WERE CONDUCTED LAST YEAR, BENEFITING MORE THAN 3524 PEOPLE
A TOTAL OF 21248 PEOPLE BENEFITED OF WHICH 37% BENEFICIARIES WERE WOMEN