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  • Kairitola Mrittunjoy Mandal Seva Foundation
  • Malda, 732204
Reg. No.: CSR00018437

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... Health Care and Health Awareness

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  • Estimated Project Cost:  5973980
  • Estimated Fund Requirement:   5973980
  • Project Focus:   Fully equipped Mobile Medical Vans.

Mobile Medicare Unit

Brief description of the project :
Project, with duration of three years, will be developed in three phases and based on  programmes of new public health and contemporary educational 
methods,, on OSI approach in the Workforce Development Programme, as well as on adopted and proposed documents of  “National Public Health Strategy , as well as on specificities of local environments.

Support to Mobile Medical Units (MMU) , now encompassing both NRHM  is a key strategy to facilitate access to public health care particularly to people living in remote, difficult, under-served and unreached areas. The objective of this strategy is to take healthcare to the doorstep of populations, particularly rural, vulnerable and under-served areas. This is not meant to transfer patients.

Vehicle is used for transport of medical and para-medical personnel carries diagnostic equipments such as X-Ray, ultrasound, ECG machine and generator.

Resource  one medical officer, one nurse, one lab technician, one pharmacist cum administrative assistant and one driver cum support staff. 

The Mrittunjoy Mandal Health Care Project doing this project. Their aim is to take this number upto 250 village and  12000 patient cover in the next 5years.


The KAIRITOLA MRITTUNJOY MANDAL SEVA FOUNDATION (a leading NGO) runs a Mrittunjoy Mandal Health Care Project, which was launched on the 28th of july, 2019 and is a shining example of how a project, proactive by nature with the basic aim of improving the quality of life to the poorest of the poor through various means in an integrated manner with prime focus on their health and physical well being is a success.

Starting initially in a very humble manner, the project has moved from strength to strength. As on 31st March 2021, the total number of patients treated is 3722 and which covers free medical aid and treatment for various ailments. The project is being implemented as follows.


The project envisages the purchase of several designer Mobile Vans/ Dispensaries which are fully furnished with the state-of-the-art medical equipment.

Each such Mobile Van/Dispensary is managed by 1 doctors,1 Nurse,1 Lab Technician 1 driver and 1 assistant. Free medicines and medical treatment to the masses are provided in a very professional, organized, systematic manner. Each Mobile Van/Dispensary moves throughout the Village on a daily basis as per the fixed time table covering slums.

Free medicines are already being provided . The list of medicines being provided include analgesics, antibiotics, anti amoebic, anti helmintics, anti spasmodic/anti ulcer, antiemetic, anti histaminics, anti asthmatics, steroids, vitamins/nutritional supplements, anti hypertensive, anti diabetics, local applications, orals and syrups, etc.

There are already 21 village with The Mrittunjoy Mandal Health Care Project doing this project. Their aim is to take this number upto 51 village cover in the next 2 years.

The geographical area being covered is the State of west bengal on the west of India.

Need for the Project:

Independence of the country, it is indeed sad to see that a vast majority of the population does not have access to even the most basic of medical facilities and treatment.

The extremely needy and vulnerable sections of society either due to financial constraints, lack of information and/or non availability of such services, are unable to secure the barest of medical care.

Quality healthcare is the privilege of only a small percentage of the population. 60% of India lives in villages and more than 20% of the remaining lives in chawls and slums. Most of them are struggling for their daily sustenance, leave alone having surplus for even basic healthcare.

According to a WHO Team, which stated after it had surveyed India's healthcare, that if Indians are to enjoy better health, utmost importance should be given to primary and preventive health.

Thus every citizen of the country should have access to the minimum of timely healthcare, irrespective of caste, color, creed and religion.

Hospitals and clinics play a very useful role in the provision of healthcare, but a vast majority of illnesses can be nipped in the bud by providing timely treatment, thus preventing future complications. The provision of timely and basic medical care can provide immense relief and thereby avoid costly and complicated treatment in the later stages.

Further the costs in terms of time, money and efforts in setting up clinics and hospitals is prohibitive. Hence, an alternative, viable and effective solution to the problem is most urgently called for.

Facilities being provided:

• Conducting general diagnosis and prescribing suitable treatment.

• Conducting blood donation camps, mother and child care camps, eye camps, bone density check-up camps, dental camps and diabetes check-up, etc.

• Selective use of body and mind medicare by yoga therapy, meditational therapy, homeopathic treatment, ayurved treatment, i.e., provision of alternative medicines and therapies.

• Provision of pathological tests whenever possible.

• Vaccination camps jointly with other NGO/Governmental Health Schemes, etc. in rural areas particularly infectious diseases, which continue to be the biggest killer, a scenario unchanged since independence according to estimates available.

• Coordinating with local leaders, village panchayats, etc. for a proper health plan.