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Mobile Health Van

Mobile Health van
Mobile Health van
Mobile Health van
Mobile Health van
Mobile Health van
  • Project Report

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  • Project Owner

    Cairn India Limited

  • Project Title

    Mobile Health van

    Project Category

    Health

  • Project Start Date

    May,05 2010

    Project End Date

    March,03 2019

  • Project Documents

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ESTIMATED BUDGET
2Cr
(INR)

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Description

To provide basic health care facilities at the door step of the community, Cairn initiated a project, Mobile health van which reaches to the far flung villages of Barmer district on a routine basis delivering the primary health care facility. There is a medical card that is been issues to each beneficiary at a nominal amount of Rs 2/- and is renewed for every year. The mobile van has a duly verified and approved doctor, compounder, ANM, etc. who provide services to the community at large. Currently 14 mobile health vans are operational across the Rajasthan Block covering 144 villages around CIL’s operational areas, benefiting close to 10,000 community members every month. Out of the 14 vans (8 are run in PPP mode till March 2015). Currently 14 mobile health vans are operational across the Rajasthan Block covering 144 villages around CIL’s operational areas. Out of the 14 vans (8 are run in PPP mode till March 2015). Apart from the general OPD’s conducted through this van, the other emphasis is on organizing multi-specialist health campus as well various awareness drives. During these health camps specialist doctors like gynecologist, orthopedic, dentist and general medicines provided their services. As an added service, during these health camps with the support from district health department separate outlets were made available to provide vaccination to children 0-5 year and pregnant women. So far in last 3 years, more than 30 campus have been conducted benefiting close to 20,000 community at large.

Objective

– The three key objectives of the project are: • Supplementing the existing public health delivery and private healthcare systems in the target area with emphasis on curative, preventive and promotive healthcare. • To provide accessible primary health services to people residing in the identified villages at their doorsteps through mobile medical units. • Convergence of demand and supply of primary healthcare services.