Quick Heal donates medical van in Assam
Quick Heal, a top cybersecurity service provider, provided “Arogya Yan,” a fully functional medical van, to the rural community in Barpeta, Assam, in response to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
This effort, which is being carried out in partnership with a local NGO called Srijan Ek Soch, aims to make basic medical care and necessary tests available to the underserved. Ms. Geeta Shree, ADM, Barpeta, Ms. Disha Shrivastava, CEO, Srijan Ek Soch, Ms. Anupama Katkar, Chairperson, Quick Heal Foundation, as well as the honoree, Mr. Bikram Jyoti Das, a visually-impaired mountaineer who recently completed a successful climb to Everest Base Camp, took part in the special handing over ceremony.
More than 20,000 individuals who previously had to travel between 10 and 30 kilometres to get primary healthcare services may now do so at their doorsteps because to this cutting-edge, fully equipped medical van. Additionally, it is anticipated that this service would increase beneficiary understanding of the numerous government programmes designed to advance public welfare and improved health.
“Quick Heal’s CSR goal, ‘Securing Futures,’ is one that is both forward-looking and sustainable, remarked Ms. Anupama Katkar, Chairperson of the Quick Heal Foundation and Chief of Operational Excellence, Quick Heal Technologies Limited, who was in attendance. Arogya Yan is our effort to help people who live far away from adequate medical care when they need it. Our cutting-edge, fully equipped medical vans serve more than 3.5 lakh people in more than 450 communities across seven states.
Speaking at the event, Disha Shrivasatva, CEO of Srijan Ek Soch, said, “Srijan is grateful to Quick Heal Foundation for helping us with the cutting-edge mobile vans facility called Arogya Yan. Promoting healthcare & education is an important component of Srijan’s fundamental beliefs. In order to make primary healthcare accessible, we are working with the collaboration to cover 20 villages in Assam in the region of our Socio-Economic Development Center in Barpeta district. We are also aiming to raise school enrollment and reduce dropout rates.