In a study conducted by Concern for Human Welfare in the year of 2018 , we found that the garden workers are less aware of various menstrual disease and infections which sometime become hazardous to their life. There were maximum cases of chronic Anaemia, Reproductive Tract Infections, and other final infections.
Concern for Human Welfare have designed a comprehensive health scheme for the female tea garden workers of West Bengal. The name of the scheme is Mahila Gaurav Yojna.Highlights of the scheme are as follows:
1) Free Menstrual Health Hygiene Camp - Quarterly
2) Free Stock of 72 Biodegradable Napkins
3) Free Health Check up by Doctor- Quarterly
4) Free Routine Blood Test - Quarterly
5) Maternity Benefit from our Partner Hospitals.
This is a 360degree comprehensive approach for providing basic healthcare solutions to the female tea garden workers of Darjeeling and Dooars.
Our annual cost per beneficiary is Rs.240/- [ Rupees Two Hundred and Forty Rupees Only]. Our earnest request to all the stakeholders of the society to come forward and be a sponsor for at least one beneficiary.
Our associate of this project is Ramakrishna Mission Nivedita Education and Cultural Centre, Roy Villa, Darjeeling.
Already we have initiated this project in Darjeeling and Kurseong.
Benefits of the donors:
1) Donors get the full report of the beneficiaries
2) Direct Interaction with the beneficiaries
3) Exemption u/s80G of the Income Tax Act of India.