Quick Heal moves in with quick CSR for Barpeta

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Quick Heal moves in with quick CSR for Barpeta

Launches Arogya Van with Srijan Ek Soch

The state-of-the-art fully equipped Arogya Van helps more than 20,000 people, who earlier used to walk between 10 to 30 kms for primary health care

PUNE, Nov 23 (The CONNECT) - Cybersecurity service provider Quick Heal has donated ‘Arogya Yan’, a fully equipped medical service on wheels, to the rural community in Barpeta, Assam.

In collaboration with Srijan Ek Soch, a local NGO, this initiative aims at making basic treatment and necessary testing accessible for the marginalized.

This state-of-the-art fully equipped medical van helps more than 20,000 people, who earlier used to walk between 10 to 30 kms to access primary healthcare amenities. This service is further to spread awareness amongst the beneficiaries around the various government schemes that aim at promoting public welfare and better health.

Anupama Katkar, Chairperson Quick Heal Foundation and Chief of Operational Excellence, Quick Heal Technologies Limited, said, “Arogya Yan is our endeavor to reaching those who are miles away from receiving proper medical treatment at the time of need”. The state-of-the-art fully equipped medical vans cover more than 450 villages across 7 states touching more than 3.5 lakh people.

Disha Shrivasatva, CEO, Srijan Ek Soch said, the project would cover 20 villages in Assam and reach the remotest areas making primary healthcare accessible, while contributing to increasing school enrolment and lowering dropout rates.

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