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Sparsh- Melghat Multi Committee and Surgical Camp

RCNV in association with MAHAN trust Melghat, successfully conducted a surgical camp at MAHAN trust hospital Melghat along with community projects on 3rd March 2024. 55 major and minor surgeries were performed by the team of expert doctors and anaesthetists from RCNV and other hospitals. Melghat is a Tribal region and is recognised as one of the most backward in the country with a very high infant mortality rate and malnutrition. It is known for extreme poverty coupled with illiteracy and lack of proper health facilities. The team of doctors from RCNV and other hospitals performed major and minor surgeries alleviating pain and suffering of the tribals.Generous donations received from Rtn. Aarouni Verma made this camp hugely successful.
Major surgeries like Hysterectomy, ovarian cancer, Thyroid carcinoma, Parotid tumour, dacryocystorhinostomy, hernia, hydrocele and many minor surgeries like lipoma, dermoid, ganglioma were done successfully. The team led by Director Dr Sangeeta Tajpuriya, included chairpersons Dr Rajesh Singhvi, director Farnberg Bharucha, Manish Agrawal, President Ajay Uplanchiwar Director Nitya Agrawal, Dr Vikram Alsi and Dr Pallavi Alsi. Dr Madhukar Thakre
Dr Aditya Mehta, Dr Payal Khobragade, Dr Sunil Sonkusale, Dr Raju Ambulkar, Dr Satkar Pawar and Dr AlkeshSoni& 2 residents Dr Darshan, Dr Harshal accompanied the team . The patients were screened and prepared for surgery by Drs Ashish and Kavita Satav of MAHAN trust. Dr Satav expressed his gratitude by thanking team RCNV for the remarkable work towards the less fortunate ones from tribal areas.

As part of Sparsh- Surgical camp at Melghat, Team RCNV held non-medical activities for the benefit of the tribal population at Melghat. Team Community led by Director Nitya Agrawal, president Ajay, Farnberg Bharucha and Manish Agrawal visited the villages and distributed sports goods like 8 volleyball and net kits to the enthusiastic children. Team community also distributed around 300 woollen clothes blankets and shawls and also cotton clothes to the needy which were donated by children from Jain International School.
Team RCNV also joined the health department at Borikheda and coordinated in disbursing the polio vaccine in Tribal areas.

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