A project for mobile health care for the rural women and children was started on January 15, 2015 with support from Runnebaum Foundation, Germany and in spiritual collaboration with and encouragement of Dr. Monika Boehm- Tettelbach of HSHR, Germany.
A team was constituted consisting of an experienced nurse and GBS outreach workers to travel with essential drugs and medical equipments to diagnose and treat the poor women and children in 30 villages deprived of any medical and health care services. Average 3 villages are visited and 660 to 700 patients are diagnosed and provided with basic medicines in a trip.
Male nutrition, cold, weakness, anemia, fever, lack of cleanliness etc. are the common problems found among the children. The diseases generally found in women are anemia, fever, leucorrhea, teeth ache, joint pain, jaundice and arthritis etc. Most of the women are found physically very weak. Also they have problems of irregular and painful or complicated menstruation and eye cataract in early age. The project is getting wonderful response and applause from the rural communities in the area.