Monday, March 7, 2011

Rahat to Chindwara

Rotary Medical Mission, Rahat-2, from District 3080 to District 3040 left yesterday for the tribal District of Chindwara in Madhya Pradesh.
Led by DG Madhukar Malhotra with IPDG Chetan Aggarwal as Mission Director, and the originator of the programme, Past Rotary International President Raja Saboo as the mentor, are leading a team of nearly 20 doctors from different specialities, namely, general surgery, orthopedics, eye, ENT, urology, dental, plastic surgery, gynae, anesthesia, etc.
Another team of 15 doctors from District 3040 led by DG Mrs. Nalini Langer would be joining them at Nagpur.
There are 12 Rotary volunteers from District 3080 and nine from District 3040, who would be assisting the medical team.
PDG Rtn. Vivek Tankha, who played a stellar role in earlier similar medical mission to Mandala, is again at the helm of affairs in taking care of all logistics and coordinating with the local authorities.
The state government of Madhya Pradesh under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan is providing all support for the success of this mission.  The medical mission is also supported by Minister of Health Shri Narottam Mishra, Secretary Health Mr S.R. Mohanti, Divisional Commissioner Mr Prabhat Pareshar,  District Collector Dr. Pawan Kumar Sharma, Joint Director Health Dr. J.L. Mishra, CMO Dr. G.C. Choursia, and civil surgeon Dr. Praveen Kumar Shrivastav.
The camp also has the blessings of Union Minister for Urban Development, Government of India, Shri Kamal Nath.
Funded by The Rotary Foundation, the partner District 3520, Taipei Southwest has collaborated in this mission.
The medical team which reached Nagpur today morning and is on its way to tribal district of Chidwara, is all gung-ho and is looking forward to a very large turnout at the camp. 

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