DBC Alumni organises Health Camp at Adopted Village

September 11, 2019

DBC Alumni organises Health Camp at Adopted Village

The Alumni Association of Don Bosco College, Tura on 10th September organised Medical Camp at adopted village of Matchikol on the outskirt of Tura town. The camp was organised in collaboration with Matchakolgre UHC, National Health Mission (NHM), MMU, NOHP, NMHP, NPCB.

Dr Ivonne M Sangma, District Maternal Child Health Officer, West Garo Hills and an alumnus of Don Bosco College spoke and explained to the people on the health camp. She stressed on the importance of regular health check up and the commitment of the alumni of Don Bosco College Tura to undertake programme of this kind.

Principal of Don Bosco College, Fr Bivan Rodriques Mukhim thanked the District Maternity and Child Health Officer and all the doctors who joined hands together to make the health camp a success. He also added that Don Bosco College Alumni Association has adopted Matchikol village with the intention of doing something to uplift the villagers. He added that Don Bosco College wanted to instill on its students including the alumni to give back to the society whatever they have received from the society.

Altogether 207 people registered for the health camp. Medicines were also distributed to the patients during the health camp.

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