As part of its ongoing Civic Action Programme, Assam Rifles, in collaboration with the Army, conducted two successful Health Checkup Camps, reaffirming its commitment to community well-being and extending vital healthcare services to remote areas.
Health Checkup Camp at River Line, Chandel District (January 24, 2024): Assam Rifles organized a comprehensive Health Checkup Camp at River Line, Chandel District, on 24 January 2024, as part of its ongoing Civic Action Programme. The camp aimed to provide essential healthcare services to the residents of Chandel district and nearby villages.
The event received an overwhelming response, with over 100 individuals, including children, rural women, and expecting mothers, benefiting from the services provided. Led by the Chief Medical Officer of Assam Rifles, the camp offered free consultations, checkups, medicines, and health supplements. This initiative highlights Assam Rifles’ dedication to the local population’s well-being and underscores the success of collaborative efforts between the armed forces and the community.
Joint Medical Camp near Moreh Town, Tengnoupal District (January 25, 2024): In another collaborative effort, Assam Rifles and the Army jointly organized a medical camp on 25 January 2024, benefiting the residents of L Toilbang, D Molaphai, M Simol, and New Laikot Villages near Moreh town, Tengnoupal District.
Approximately 100 civilians received medical attention, addressing a spectrum of healthcare needs and underlining the commitment of the armed forces to community welfare. The camp provided consultations and treatments, aiming to improve the overall well-being of the villagers. This joint initiative reflects the dedication of both the Army and Assam Rifles to extending essential healthcare services to remote areas, fostering a healthier and more resilient local community.