Rehab India Foundation initiated Mobile Medical Unit for marginalized, backward, downtrodden and neglected people of Assam
New Delhi, 10th Nov 2012: Chief of the Day, Dilip Bora, Gana Adhikar Daily Editor and Professor of Guwahati University inaugurated Rehab’s Mobile Medical Unit in Assam for providing the emergency service to riot hit victims residing in Relief Camps.
Abu Bashar, Vice President of Rehab India Foundation told that the aim of this well equipped Mobile Medical Unit with qualified Doctor and Nurse is to reach to the unreached people whom medical facility is not available.
Shading light over Relief Programme in Assam, 300 volunteers of Rehab are working on war footedly round the clock to help the victims who were driven out of their house. To facilitate basic amenities and legal aid to the victims, Rehab initiated Relief Programme. Rehab has completed third phase of the programme. Presently, they are involved in fourth phase distribution programme. One of the major initiatives is the Mobile Health Unit which they have achieved successfully. In this phase, they distribute undergarments and will facilitate legal aid to the victims of ethnic violence. Rehab India Foundation has spent around 50 lakhs and is planning to invest more.
This apart, Rehab is working on mega project titled Model Village in Assam. For the purpose, Rehab purchased 15 acres of land in Hapachara Village of Bongaigaon District of Assam and has started construction of 1000 cottages for the 24,000 refugees living in various camps of Assam since last 18 years. Under this project, we have constructed 60 low cost houses; among them 25 houses have been distributed to the needy families. In Model Village, we have unlocked Medical Camps and Educare Programmes. We are also planning to initiate self employment programmes.