Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Medicine Distribution for Madrassa students

KMWA-HCW Members on medicine distribution to the Madrassa students on follow up of the Health Clinic conducted for the Madrassa students on 12th November 2017 in Madrassas of Mehrauli, Delhi.






13 lakh kids in Delhi never go to any school - Laudable concerted efforts of KMWA-HCW for far reaching effects


13 lakh kids in Delhi never go to any school

Is it not a shocking news?  Education and Health, the two sectors on which the progress of humanity entirely depends are grossly neglected in majority of the States of India.  This has resulted the Country to remain in the bracket of developing countries though under developed pockets exist in many part of the Nation.   On this backdrop, the minimal services being provided by the Kerala Muslim Welfare Association through its Health Charity Wing is really laudable.  On the same lines of Scheme to Provide Quality Education in Madrasas (SPQEM) under the Ministry of HRD, the Association has initiated the program for poor Madrassa students way back in 2004 and still continuing now with the active participation of all the medical and para-medical professionals joined the Association with a banner of Health Charity Wing of the organization. 

The students of four Madrassas of the most neglected areas of Mehrauli have been selected for implementing the educational program by the group along with further value addition by way of taking care of their health, hygiene and social issues including nutrition, comfortable stay with appropriate clothing to escape the wrath of extreme climatic conditions of Delhi.   

Of late, the group has also started a Monthly Clinic to do the health profiling of these students to focus on disease prevention and awareness generation not only for the students, but also to the common public through them on long term basis.

The group has, in addition to imparting education on English, Science, Maths and life sciences, undertaking a number of other health and progression related activities like training in Basic Life Support including Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation, First Aid Training on management of accident and trauma victims, creating awareness on hygiene, Road Safety etc. 


The group is also actively involved with DNipCare for rendering Palliative Home Care and OP Clinical services for suffering patients.  


A couple of hundred Madrassa students getting the light of education and health care is nothing but only a drop in the ocean.  However, it really matters for that even single student who might have been sent to this distant located Madrassas in the National Capital Territory of Delhi from the far away States of Assam, Bihar, UP, West Bengal etc just for the sake of reducing the burden of feeding many hungry stomachs back home.  So KMWA-HCW, continue the good work as a duty towards God and the future generations as even if these students reach nowhere, their progeny will definitely see the school steps and get  educated well because of your concerted efforts.







Thursday, May 18, 2017

KMWA-Health Charity Wing Conducted Campaign on Basic Life Support Training for Nurses during World Nurses Day Celebrations in LNJP Hospital, New Delhi on 18.05.2017


KMWA-Health Charity Wing Conducted Campaign on Basic Life Support (BLS) Training for Nurses during World Nurses Day Celebrations in LNJP Hospital, New Delhi on 18.05.2017

















Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Road Safety & Basic Life Support Training : KMWA-HCW on 09.05.2017








Observing Road Safety Week : KMWA-HCW





Mr. Sajin, Mass Education Coordinator, KMWA-HCW accepting token of appreciation from Director AIIMS in the presence of WHO South East Asia regional Coordinator Dr. Patanjali for coordinating BLS + First Aid Training on behalf of UN Road Safety Week organized by Emergency Department, JPNATC in association with KMWA-HCW.





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