MEGA VIKLANG CAMP
A joint initiative by the Sunil Kumar Singh, Delhi and Mahadev Madhav Nidhi Charitable Trust
|Mega Viklang Camp 2010 was
organized with the objective of making the
district “viklang free” by 24th August, 2010-at
4th Anivesary of Mahadev Madhav Nidhi Charitable Trust. |
the first project of its kind to be implemented
under the Public-Private partnership model where
the dynamic District Collector mobilized
Corporations, Industry, Markets and the local
community to pool in half the project costs.
The other half was mobilized with active
support from Sunil Kumar Singh, Delhi by
Mahadev Madhav Nidhi Charitable Trust , Delhi which also
implemented the project.
A series of
screening camps were conducted in each taluka
prior to the main camps and the pre-selected and
identified beneficiaries were called to the main
During the camps polio affected got
custom made calipers, amputees got Jaipur foot
prosthetics as per their measurements and
crutches, tricycles and wheelchairs were
distributed on a need based assessment.
The hearing impaired underwent an
audiology test and were provided with appropriate
The whole project was
divided into 3 phases for the convenience of the
In the first phase a 5 day camp
was organized at Eastend Medical Center, Delhi from the
11th to the 15th of Sep., 2010 and covered
patients from All Delhi, UP, Haryana.
A total of 6195
poor disabled benefited from the Delhi camp.
In the second phase a 4 day camp from 16th
to 24th Sep, 2010 was inaugurated by Shri
Sunil Kumar Singh, Founder of Mahadev Madhav Nidhi Charitable Trust Eastend Hospital, Delhi. This camp
covered patients from Deesa, Dhanera and Kankrej
talukas though patients from other talukas were
also welcomed and provided assistance.
Delhi a total of 5050 disabled were provided with
aids and appliances.
The third phase of
the project was held at Bhivraha, Amri, Jaunpur
Tharad from the 20th to the 23rd of Sep., and
covered patients from All India.
Here a total of 4527
patients availed of the free facilities at the
The closing ceremony of the project
23rd Sep., 2010.
Thus a total of
15772 orthopaedically handicapped and hearing
impaired patients benefited from the Mega Camp 2010.
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