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RAMBAN:  A   workshop for imparting training to medical staff for the proper implementation of the Measles and Rubella (MR) vaccination programme was organized here today. The workshop was organized by the National Public Health Surveillance Project of World Health Organization, Jammu in collaboration with the Directorate of Family Welfare, Maternity Child Health & Immunization J&K.

Scheduled to start from September 1, the children from 9 months to 16 years will be vaccinated against Measles and Rubella diseases under the campaign being implemented in two phases.  The students of all the government and private schools besides Madrasas will be vaccinated in the first phase, while a door to door campaign will be carried out in second outreach phase.

Speaking on the occasion, Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Ramban, Dr. Saifuddin Khan exhorted the trainees to learn the procedure to successful implementation of the MR Vaccination Campaign in the district.   Deputy CMO, Dr Mohammed Iqbal Bhat also addressed the trainees. The Resource Persons, Dr. Ravinder Pal Singh and Dr. Akshay Kumar trained the staff through Power-Point presentation.

During the workshop was conducted in two sessions wherein Block Medical Officers Medical Superintendent, District Hospital, Ramban, Doctors, Zonal Education Officers, In-Charge Child Development Project Officers, Community Health Officers, Paramedical staff and teachers were trained in micro and macro planning, required documentation and arrangements for ensuring the hundred percent vaccination.

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SRINAGAR:  Food Safety Wing of Drugs & Food Control Organization J&K, Srinagar has deputed Food Safety Officer in order to ensure quality and hygienic food to yatris at Base Camp Baltal. The inspection of Free Langars, monitoring the Personnel hygiene, Sanitation and other requirements needed under the Provisions of Food Safety & Standards Act -2006 is being done on daily basis. Routine Samples being lifted from Food Business Establishments to check their quality as well as the Standards under the Act. Food Testing Laboratory has also been placed at Baltal to conduct preliminary analysis of the Food Products served to yatris.

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JAMMU: A medical and eye check up camp was conducted by Jai Durgaamba Charitable Trust in association with Swami Nand Bub Trust with the help of numberdar Uttam Singh and Captain Kuldip Singh at tehsil Marh village Rajpura panchayat Akhnor road of Jammu district.  The medical camp was conducted by a team of doctors along with medical staff to address the medical problems of populace in far flung and remote areas of the district and also helped in increasing awareness about cleanliness, hygiene and healthy living. 

 

The medical camp was well received by the local populace and more than 600 patients, including men, women and children were provided medical treatment and check up. Medicines were also distributed to the patients. The Doctors Team in Medical Camp Dr.Sumit Gupta, Dr. Anjana Bhalwal, Eye Specialist Dr. R.D Sood, Dr. Rohan Sood, Vikram Jeet Bhan and Pankaj Chibber. Aditi Sharma BJP senior leader was the chief guest in medical camp.

 

He congrats the trust members for organized this medical camp for needy peoples. Swami Nand Bub trust Chairman Naveen Koul, Gen Secy Avinash Uttam, Secy Vikas Sharma  and Cashier Gourav Sharma also present in medical camp.