Delhi - NCR Chapter
GRAMEEN SNEH FOUNDATION had initiated several programs in the capital city of India.These program included free health check-ups, Eye check-ups and Blood donation camps held at various locations in DELHI/NCR . Thousands of poor people were benefited through these camps and the program continues.
Health Camps by GSF
Multi-disciplinary Mega Health Camps
* These are specialized camps, in rural areas, that offer integrated multi-disciplinary healthcare services including investigative and surgical interventions, done in make shift hospital environs by a dedicated team of medical experts. The mega health camp provides free diagnosis, medicines, food, accommodation and surgical care. These are instrumental in offering a wide range of medical services to communities residing in remote rural and tribal areas.
General Health Camps
* These are small duration camps organised in different parts of the state on the basis of health needs of a specific location. These health camps aim at promoting health seeking behaviour in the long term and thus, unlike a general curative health camp, these camps also majorly work on building awareness regarding common ailments, family planning methods, nutrition and hygiene and sanitation. These camps provide comprehensive health services free of any cost
* The uniqueness of the model lies in its comprehensive approach where health promotion and prevention are given equal importance while curative care is administered.
GRAMEEN SNEH FOUNDATION organizes a program named as HAUSLA every year.Hausla 2015 will be a Fashion panorama and awareness programme for attendants and cancer survivors and will be held in the month of October .This program will include display of art & paintings and other natural activities prepared by cancer survivors .The programme will involve a huge number of cancer patient and survivors, eminent personalities with eminent doctors, students and social stakeholders...READ MORE
The foundation has led a stepping stone in different parts of the capital and its surroundings to facilitate maximum number of poor people in the area.