Awareness’ on AIDS/HIV/Anemia/Mental Health/Women & Child Health

India is a densely populated country where a large number of people live without access to the basic education and primary health facilities. The situation is more complex in rural villages comparing to the urban areas. Their houses are poorly established and do not have proper supply of water and electricity. They somehow manage little water from resources available at the distant places and hardly think of having shower, clean their cloths and renovate their shelters. In addition to their poor socio economic condition, another major cause of their sufferings is lack of education and public awareness As a result, they are malnourished and often fall sick. Due to poor economic condition they are not in a position to pay their medical bills and after little struggle, most of them pass away in their fifties.

DAWN can play an important role in promoting health awareness in this community. They work hand in hand with the local coordinators of the community organizations in organizing awareness camps for AIDS / HIV / Anemia / Mental Health / Women and Child Health through staging cultural show, Rally, Seminar and Exhibitions.

These kinds of activities help the otherwise ignorant and unaware community to empower them with the knowledge and resources to improve their overall quality of life.

 
Health and Blood Donation Camp

DAWN Health Camps is one such special initiative of DAWN Trust to provide health care services to meet the immediate health care needs of the marginalized community especially women and Children in remote rural areas and slums of Perambalur District.

DAWN organizes customized health camps such as General Health camp, Eye camp along with Exhibition and counseling service extensively across the Perambalur offering comprehensive health services – curative, preventive, and referral, to a large number of people in Perambalur District.

DAWN has its our Blood Donors Association based on the concept “If you donate money, you give food. If you donate blood, you give life”. A single car accident victim can require as many as 100 units of blood. Automobile Accident - 50 units of blood, Heart Surgery - 6 units of blood ,Organ Transplant - 40 units of blood. Blood cannot be manufactured; it can come from only voluntary donation. DAWN contributes 30 to 60 units of blood to government hospital in a year.

 
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