The cost of doctors’ fees, a course of drugs and transport to reach a health center can be devastating, both for an individual and their relatives who need to care for them or help them reach and pay for treatment.
Health campaign: Pandharpur Wari
Pandharpur Wari is an annual pilgrimage (yatra) to the town of Pandharpur, this is said to be one of the World's largest and oldest movement where people gather on a specific day every year and walk for a distance of around 250 km. Considering such enormous people participation health related challenges become obvious. Tapping this opportunity, Umed organized free medical camps. Every year our health expert team provided service to the more than 10,000 people
Menstrual Hygiene is vital to the empowerment and well-being of women and girls. It is about more than just access to sanitary pads. It is also about awareness to manage their menstruation with dignity. Lack of menstrual understanding caused school dropouts in rural areas. UMED’s Women Doctor team conducts regular awareness sessions for adolescent women. 20 Schools and 10 Villages have been covered under this initiative.
Health campaign : Doctor @Home campaign
Under this noble initiative we conduct health check-up camps in the remote villages where our experts provide check-up, health consultation and medicine aid. In our journey we have organized more than 50 camps which benefited to 7000 people
Blood Donation Camps
By leveraging volunteer’s coverage, every year, UMED organize blood camps by partnering with government recognized blood banks. In the past 5 years, 26 blood donation camps organized where many people contributed whole heartedly.