Natco Trust supported the construction of a 32-bedded paediatric ward with a waiting hall and renovated an old paediatric ward at Guntur Government Hospital. The ward was inaugurated by our Chairman, Mr. V.C.Nannapaneni on 21st November 2016
Natco Trust has launched a year-long initiative to address severe acute malnourishment among children aged 0 – 5 years in Kothur in October, 2016.
Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE), a National Programme implemented by the Government of India conducted a district level science exhibition at Natco School of Learning, Guntur.
To raise awareness about importance of organic farming, children studying in Natco School of Learning, Guntur were taught to grow farm fresh vegetables without the use of chemical pesticides.
After school tuition centres were established in Government Primary School, Borabanda & in Kothur Programme area to cater to about 250 and 100 children respectively and help them improve their fundamentals in language and Math.
As a part of its initiatives of catering to school children’s health, Natco trust in association with Ashray Akruti conducted a ear care health camp in Natco Government High School, Borabanda
As a part of World Breastfeeding Week celebration, a series of awareness programmes were conducted to educate antenatal and postnatal women on the need and importance of breastfeeding at our nutrition centres in Kothur & Nagarjunasagar Programme areas.
A 6th batch of pre-primary teacher training course is underway as a part of Natco’s vocational training to provide better livelihoods for all. Natco trust set up a Pre-Primary Teacher Training center in Hyderabad, franchised by SETWIN (Society for Employment Promotion and Training in Twin Cities).
A cancer awareness programme is being organised by Natco Trust on an ongoing basis every Wednesday at a few Government Schools in Hyderabad. Adolescent girls are being educated on the importance of personal hygiene as well as about the key risk factors of cancer and eliminating their fears and misconception about the disease.
Gender segregated functional toilets were constructed by Natco Trust for school children in a Zilla Parishad school in Inumulnarva village, Kothur district, Telangana
Natco Mobile Health Clinic
Our mobile health clinics provide doorstep primary healthcare facilities in 30 villages surrounding our manufacturing units reaching approximately 4500 households in Nagarjunasagar, Nalgonda, Kothur, Mahaboobnagar districts.
Natco Trust organised a healthy baby show to promote awareness about positive health of children. The event provided an opportunity to recognize parents and anganwadi workers who set good examples to motivate other mothers about healthy standards of raising a baby. The babies’ immunisation records were also looked into and referred to sub centres based on their eligibility.
Natco Trust organised a dental check-up camp in Borabanda to cater to the health needs of children residing in a highly concentrated urban slum in Hyderabad.
Natco Trust conducted a special medical camp in which 287 paediatric and 227 gynaecology patients across 17 villages were screened and given free consultation and medicines. The camp was organised in Chintalapalem, Nagarjuna Sagar programme area. The patients that needed to be followed up were referred to Niloufer Hospital, Hyderabad.
A gynaecology camp was conducted by Natco Trust in Rangapur village, Kothur programme area for women patients in the neighbouring villages. The women were screened and given free gynaecology consultation and medicines. They were also sensitised on the importance of women’s health.
Natco trust has set up a Pre-Primary Teacher Training center in Hyderabad, franchised by SETWIN (Society for Employment Promotion and Training in Twin Cities). Currently, a fourth batch of the 6 month course is underway and training 20 candidates to be employed as pre- primary teachers.
Our mobile health Clinics provide doorstep primary healthcare facilities in 30 villages surrounding our manufacturing units reaching out to approximately 4500 Households at Nagarjunasagar, Nalgonda district and Kothur, Mahaboobnagar district.
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