Dear All

Sub:Heath Check up Camp in tie up with RCF

World Confederation of Warriers (WCW), has recently entered into an arrangement with Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd (RCF), (A Government of India Undertaking) for conducting a series of Health Check-up and Eye Check-up Camps for school children, on account of RCF, which will be part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) obligations, as per Government regulations. The first such camp was conducted by WCW on 26.07.2015, at Sree Narayana Guru High School, Chembur Mumbai. This activity under the sponsorship of RCF, was inaugurated by Sri. R.C. Rajan, Chairman & Managing director of RCF, on 26.07.2015. Other distinguished persons who participated in the inaugural function included, two other Directors & senior officials of RCF, the Trustees of the school where the programme was conducted, the President & senior functionaries of WCW, the Principal & Staff of the school, and also Doctors, Opticians & Volunteers who participated as part of WCW’s team, in the Camp. The CMD of RCF, lauded the Charitable & other social service activities WCW is engaged in on regular basis. He said RCF was happy to associate with WCW, in conducting the proposed camps on account of RCF. The WCW president, in his speech on the occasion gave a brief account of the current activities as well as proposed major plans of WCW to set up their own charitable establishment such as hospitals, old age homes, senior citizens care centers etc. One of WCW’s panel doctors explained the need for conducting such camps to help students having undetected health problems to handle them, before they become critical. As part of the Camp proceedings, students of higher secondary classes (VIII to X stds) were first examined for vision deficiency & for those found to have vision problems, suitable spectacles were prescribed by the opticians. WCW will arrange to get the spectacles made especially for the students & they will be distributed free to them, in a few days. The health Check-up on the students carried out by a team of 13 Doctors & 2 dentists consisted of checking general health, system examinations & general hygiene including oral hygiene etc. For many students who could be given certain immediate medication, required medicines (excluding antibiotics) were also distributed free. The pattern of conducting various examinations was appreciated by RCF senior staff who were observing the proceedings. Overall, 634 candidates were examined during the first camp on 26.07.2015


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