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  • Writer's pictureMohit Modi

Nurturing Health: Anaemia Detection Program in Gwalior by NGO

Benjamin Franklin's timeless wisdom, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," holds profound meaning in the context of healthcare. ISCI Foundation, in collaboration with Mission Pink Health and the Indian Medical Association (IMA), has embraced this philosophy wholeheartedly. We are committed to the early detection and prevention of anaemia among adolescent children and girls in Gwalior. This article sheds light on our Anaemia Detection Program held at Govt Girls High School, Hindi Vidyapeeth, Gwalior, and the dedicated individuals who made it a resounding success.

Empowering Through Early Detection Anaemia, characterized by a deficiency of healthy red blood cells, can have far-reaching consequences, particularly among the adolescent population. Anaemic individuals often experience fatigue, weakness, and diminished cognitive abilities. Recognizing this, our program focuses on early detection. We understand that preventing anaemia is not just about safeguarding health; it's about unlocking the potential and dreams of these young minds.

Glimpses from the Program Our Anaemia Detection Program was held at Govt Girls High School, Hindi Vidyapeeth, Gwalior. The event was a collective effort, bringing together experts from RJN Hospital and volunteers from ISCI Foundation. These dedicated individuals formed the backbone of the program, working tirelessly to ensure its success.

The Team: Champions of Health Our volunteers, including Pranjali, Kirti, Mayank, Sambhavi, and intern Bhumi of ISCI Foundation, played a pivotal role in the program's management. Their dedication and enthusiasm were instrumental in ensuring that the program ran efficiently. Alongside them were healthcare professionals from RJN Hospital, contributing their expertise to the cause.

Join Us in Our Mission Preventing anaemia is a shared responsibility. We invite you to join us in our mission to promote health and well-being. Your support, whether through volunteering, supporting our initiatives, or spreading awareness, can make a significant impact on the health and well-being of our communities.

Conclusion The Anaemia Detection Program in Gwalior transcends the boundaries of a health initiative; it represents an investment in the futures of our young generation. As we move forward, ISCI Foundation remains steadfast in its commitment to promoting health and well-being, one program at a time. Together, we can empower lives and create a healthier, more vibrant future for all.

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