Free Eye and ENT Screening Camp at Sopo & Doimukh ...
Total 311 peoples screened in both dept. , Free Medicines dispensed, 26 spectacles dispensed
Free Medical Camp cum Eye Screening Camp at Ranganadi Hydro Project Neepco on 24/10/19
Total 130 people's screened, 21 spectacles dispensed, 7 cases reffered @ Itanagar
Renovated Obstretics Ward and First Ever Blood Component Seperation Unit in Arunachal Pradesh
Shri Pema Khandu, Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh
in Presence of
Shri Alo Libang, Hon'ble Minister Health & Family Welfare, A.P.
Srimat Swami Vishwatmananda ji Maharaj
Adhyaksha, Ramakrishna Advaita Ashrama, Varanasi
on October 19, 2019
In Commemoration of Ramakrishna Mission Hsopital's
40 Years of Service to Arunachal Pradesh
The World Sight Day was celebrated on October 12, 2019 at the Community Health Centre, Sagalee by the Ramakrishna Mission hospital, Itanagar and it supported by Mission for Vision, a Mumbai based NGO, under program was conducted under the guidance of Sri Nabam Tuki Hob’ble MLA & Former Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh.
The WSD cum Free eye screening camp was inaugurated by the Chief Guest and Swami Vishweshananda, Secretary of RKMH.
Sri Nabam Tuki Hob’ble MLA & Former Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh was the chief guest on the occasion. Ms. S. Lowang, ADC Sagalee, Dr. R. Doye Additional Director of Medical Education, Govt. of A.P. and Swami Vishweshananda, Secretary, R.K. Mission Hospital was attended the program.
Ramakrishna Mission Hospital, Itanagar organised an Eye Screening Camp at Community Health Centre, Sagalee on December 19, 2018. The camp was sponsered by Light for the World, Austria and Mission for Vision, Mumbai and supported by The District Medical Officer, Yupia, Papum Pare district, Arunachal Pradesh.
In this camp total 184 patients were screened; of which 80 were male adults, 99 were female adults, 1 were male child and 4 were female child.
Ramakrishna Mission Hospital, Itanagar organised an Free Eye Screening Camp at Community Health Centre, Balijan on December 08, 2018. The camp was sponsered by Light for the World, Austria and Mission for Vision, Mumbai and supported by The District Medical Officer, Yupia, Papum Pare district, Arunachal Pradesh.
In this camp total 138 patients were screened; of which 60 were male adults, 75 were female adults, 2 were male child and 1 were female child.
Free Eye Screening cum Surgery camp at Nacho and Daporijo, Upper Subansiri District
Organised by - Ramakrishna Mission Hospital
In collaboration with - My Vision My Mission (NGO from Nacho)
Sponsored by - Light for the World, Austria
Total Screened - 400
Total Surgery - 38
Free Eye Screening Camp at Longding Dist.
3 days free eye screening camp held at Longding dist. (Kanubari, Longding & panchaw). The camp was organised by Ramakrishna Mission Hospital, Itanagar in collaboration with Wancho Student Union and camp was supported by Light for the world, Austria & Mission for Vision, Mumbai.
In this 3 days camp more than 700 students were screened and more than 250 free spectacles distributed. 30 cataracts detected and referred to Ramakrishna Mission Hospital for free surgery. Wancho student union has promise that they will arrange the transportation for these patients.
A Blood Donation camp was organised by the Arunachal Voluntary Blood Donors' Organisation, a unit of Viveknanada yuva Shakti, Itanagar, AP at the Don Bosco College, Jollang, Itanagar on 23/10/2017.
Venue: Don Bosco College, Jollang, Itanagar, AP
Total Donors Participated: 103
Total Number of units collected: 91
Number of units rejected : 07
One day training program on Vision screening for ASHA’s
One day training program on Vision screening for ASHA’s was held on October 27, 2018 at Balijan, Papumpare district. The program was organised by Ramakrishna Mission Hospital, Itanagar and the program supported by the District Medical Officer, Yupia, Papum Pare district, Arunachal Pradesh. The program is a part of Comprehensive eye care program of Ramakrishna Mission Hospital, which is being supported by Light for the world, Austria and Mission for Vision.
The training program aims to train ASHA’s in identifying basic eye disease and vision screening. After the training, the ASHA’s would do door to door household survey and identify the patients with visual impairment and blindness. The identified patients would be screened in the subsequent confirmatory screening camps. Those needing medicines or glasses would be dispensed at community level and surgical cases will be transported to Ramakrishna Mission Hospital, Itanagar and free surgery would be done.