Mon, Tuensang host health camps
Dimapur, April 27 (EMN): Health camps were conducted in various locations of Mon and Tuensang districts “to promote good health and to emphasize on healthy living.”
Health establishments from the districts issued separate press releases to inform about the services that were provided to the people.
In Mon, the health camp was conducted on April 25 at Yongkhao, of Tobu block. Yongkhao is stated to be one of the remotest villages in Mon district. The villagers received free health screenings to free medicines, the updates stated.
Dr Kechongol Sophie, chief medical officer of Mon was stated to have told the villagers that roads make a crucial contribution to bringing important social benefits.
“They are of vital importance in order to make a nation grow and develop. And so, one of the core barrier between the health department and Yongkhao is the road condition,” a updates from Mon stated.
The district health society of Mon has expressed appreciation to the physicians at Naga Hospital in Kohima for “contributing medicine sample.” Besides, the Society thanked student unions and the village’s leaders ‘for the unbounded hospitality and the keenness to assist the department.’
The district health society of Tuensang also organised health camp at Shamator town.
A press release from the Tuensang health establishment on Saturday informed that villagers from Waphur, Sangphur, Chassier, Leangkiur Shamator villages and Shamator town availed medical services during the camp, which was conducted on April 26.
The visiting medical workers also conducted sessions on the importance of family planning, child health and maternal health, the updates stated.
A ‘school health team’ also visited three schools and gave health talks on cleanliness to students, the updates added.