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Based on the reports, CACR initiated discussions with the BMC Health Department and Head of the School Health Program, which immediately swung into action and sent a Health Officer to the school and organized a detailed checkup of all children as well as plan the visit of affected children to Cooper Hospital for dental problems. broker utilizzati da autopsioni binarie com
Similarly 61 children from Nityanand MPS were identified with weak eyesight and taken along with parents to the hospital, got their eyes examined and are being provided free spectacles as well.
Further CACR members were invited by the BMC Health Department for a detailed discussion to explain the problems faced by them in implementing the School Health Program effectively and requested CACR to elevate their concerns with the hierarchy of the MCGM to take corrective action for improvement in the School Health Program.
These are the first steps taken by any NGO to understand, evaluate, support and taking corrective action to help in making the facilities available for children in Municipal Schools and CACR will continue to work on this extremely important issue in next academic year as well.