Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Equal Health, Australia reaches 517 persons in one day those are in need of health support and it is also an exposure to rural health workers organized by SEVAI.



Equal Health organizers-Mr.Paul and Mrs.Rita

Equal Health, Australia reaches 517 persons in one day those are in need of health support and it is also an exposure to rural health workers organized by SEVAI.Equal Health Camp, Australia is an unique program to reach the interior villages for the health support in eye care, dental care, general health care and physio and occupational therapy and allied health care programs. Equal Health Camp, Australia -2015 commenced in Amoor on 9th February wherein 27 health personnel participated and 517 persons of the Amoor benefited and 375 persons received visual optical  at free of cost and the entire services provided by  Equal Health, Australia is free for the patients. Equal Health, Australia is not only the program for reaching the interior villages in terms of health serves but also  it is a  program designed as a unique combination of hands-on learning and teaching to the rural health workers, along with a first-hand experience of how an NGO,SEVAI works at the grassroots level. The residential program is suitable for students of Health schools of SEVAI target area to become exposed to Equal Health project.SEVAI/Equal
Health workers on job training with Equal Health team
Health focus core focus is to increase a health personnel appreciation for community, science and the environment through functional health camp activities. The proceeds from these Camps will support 25 rural

health workers in the rural areas with the support of Equal Health. The trained health workers will follow up with simple intervention of community Apart from reaching the rural communities with health care programs for a period of two weeks, Equal Health also provides opportunities to rural health workers, the Residential camp for two weeks days at SEVAI Campus, for a group of 25 students. Equal Health project provides Exposure to its health outreach, hands-on learning, Peer-to-peer teaching, as a learning method, Health service provider on call and experience in working with international team. The ‘Hands-On’ working with Equal Health professionals arouses curiosity, creativity and a questioning scientific temper, Supplementary and supportive to curricula, enhancing performance, Excellent as a quotable experience towards value when applying for higher education ,Building self confidence through a rounded multifaceted experience and Opportunity to bring a new binding among friends through teamwork and practical projects.-Govin
Health camp exposure-Residential experiences

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