Greetings to our well-wishers and supporters!
Today, Pardha Saradhi and Likitha share their extraordinary experiences from our recent medical camp at Cheedikada, a remote tribal village. This initiative, made possible by your unwavering support, aimed to extend essential healthcare services to those in need and separated by huge distances to access basic healthcare.
Pardha Saradhi’s Perspective:
Our day began at 6:30 am, departing from Vizag and returning by 4:30 pm. Accompanied by a dedicated team, including Anand Sir, Vishnumurthy Sir, Dr. R. Mounika Mam, Ramesh Sir, Janardhan Sir, and Likitha Akka, our mission was clear – to make a positive impact on the health of the community. One of our first tasks was to rally the villagers for the camp. Ramesh Sir and I went door-to-door, extending invitations to benefit from the medical services. Likhita Akka meticulously handled the paperwork, recording medical histories while I had the privilege of checking blood pressure. The village of Cheedikada faces numerous health challenges, including prevalent issues like cold and fever. It was a poignant reminder of the stark healthcare disparities between urban and rural areas, emphasizing the vital role of initiatives like ours in bridging these gaps.
I want to express my deepest gratitude for the opportunity to be part of this impactful medical camp. Your support made it possible for us to provide healthcare and witness the positive change we can collectively bring to those in need.
Hello, everyone. Last Sunday, I had the privilege of joining a medical camp organized by our incredible team led by Anand Sir. It was a transformative experience, and I want to share my experiences with you all. In the village of Cheedikada, we encountered numerous health challenges, highlighting the critical need for accessible healthcare in remote areas. Witnessing the struggles of people, particularly those my age, underscored the importance of initiatives like ours in ensuring a healthier and brighter future for all.
This experience made me reflect on the differences between our lives and theirs. The stark realities they face, from health to education, security, and sanitation, emphasise the significance of our collective efforts. This experience made me feel how blessed my life is and made me appreciate all the happenings of my life.
In conclusion, there were numerous occasions where most students were touched by the life conditions of the tribal people. It is the mission to encourage them towards better health-seeking behaviours that make our work a beautiful endeavour. It is all about bringing hope and bridging the gap between two worlds is what we wish to do.