Improving access to basic health services is at the core of all our functions. We work to provide easy access to quality health services to the marginalised and vulnerable communities. We run community health clinics, mobile diagnostic clinics and conduct health camps in unreached areas to bring basic health services at the door-step of the underserved communities. We provide basic health check-ups and services to children living in the slums and studying in the make-shift schools of Delhi and Gurgaon.
Community Health Workers belonging to the communities in which we work, form critical aspects of our interventions. Young women and men are mobilised and trained by Sukarya staff. They play a critical role in building awareness among the people regarding basic health, hygiene and santitation. They serve as an important link between the beneficiaries and the doctors. The community health workers play a crucial role by providing much needed help in changing the attitudes regarding good health.
We build linkages with the existing government infrastructure, sending referrals to hospitals and helping the government in their immunisation drives.
Swasthya Kendra –
The Swasthya Kendra has been an integral part of Sukarya from its day of inception. It provides basic healthcare to the nearest slums/colonies and adjacent villages. Our services include biweekly health clinics, diagnosis & treatment along with counseling by doctors and health care professionals. Community health workers (CHW) are appointed from respective slums and areas for mobilizuing the community, conducting home visits and follow ups. We collaborate with nearest government PHC and organize monthly MCH [Mother and Child Health] day in which Slum women and children get Immunization, health checkups, medicine and counseling under one roof at Sukarya Swasthya Kendra.
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She was taken to the community health centre by our community health worker, where she received proper medicines and counselling. We followed her through the entire treatment and today Santosh is back to her job in the school. Now, she also takes her children to the health centre for their problems.
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