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Manipur organises ‘Anaemia Free Bharat’ campaign

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‘Anaemia Free Bharat’ campaign organised
IMPHAL, January 17, 2021: Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP), Manipur Prant organised today a one day ‘Anaemia Free Bharat’ campaign at Chingmeirong Nepali Basti.

The campaign which was organised as a part of ‘National Girl Child Day’ observation on the theme ‘Beti Hai To Sristi Hai’ was participated by 26 girl children along with their parents. During the programme, a haemoglobin test for girls between the age of 10 and 18 years was held and details including their name, address, age, height, weight, etc. were also collected.

Lecture on ‘Anaemia Free Campaign’ was delivered by H Joybi Devi of BVP. Dr S Subash delivered a talk on dental health and good eating practices for girl children. Dr Priscilla and Dr S Harina conducted medical check-up of the participating girls while Dr N Muhindro Singh, Regional Secretary (Sampark), BVP and Linthoingambi Sakha distributed sanitary pads, stationary items, black rice, health drinks, edible items, food and iron supplements to all the participants.
The distributed items were sponsored by M/S Eastern Motors, Imphal and members of BVP, Manipur Prant.

‘National Girl Child Week’ observed at Carmel Jyoti
Imphal, January 18 2021: Bharat Vikas Parishad, Manipur Prant observed day 2 of’National Girl Child Week’ at Carmel Jyoti Children’s Care Home, Luwangsangbam, today.

During the programme, Dr Sinam Rajendra Singh, National VP, BVP delivered a lecture oh ‘Aims and objectives of Bharat Vikas Parishad’, Dr Precilla on ‘Menstrual Hygiene, Anemia and COVID SOPs’, Dr Subhash on ‘Oral Hygiene’ and Joybi Heikrujam on ‘Importance of a girl child in a family’ .It was attended by 64 children, parents and members of Bharat Vikas Parishad, Manipur.

Later, prizes were distributed to the best three of an elocution competition held on the topic ‘Importance of educating girl child’ . Stationery items, sanitary pads, water bottles, health drinks, sports items, edible items, etc were distributed to all the participants of the programme. The prizes were sponsored by M/S Eastern Motors and members of Bharat Vikas Parishad, Manipur.

The Sangai Express: 17 and 18 January2021