30 JUNE 2016 #17 … EVERY VILLAGE

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When I was in Khajuraho, central India, earlier this month I went with my dear friend Dr. Raghav to the village of Kundarpura, just a few kilometres away, in which we are establishing a clinic (open three days a week) to provide basic health care to the whole village (about 1400 people). Raghav had made arrangements for another doctor to visit Kundarpura, and yesterday, and quoting from Dr. Raghav’s post:

“Dr. Rachna Gupta visited our clinic on request to see the patients, She diagnosed total 83 patients, and distributed medicines as per requirements. We also provided vitamin A to kids and elders those were near to night blindness. Specially Raveena sister of Arti was very near to such sickness. Dr. Rachna also checked pregnant women’s and advised them in brief about how to take care of health during pregnancy.”

My response: Every village in the world deserves this sort of primary health care. To see more about the work Dr. Raghav is doing, click here:http://bit.ly/29kxumR

My friend Kiran Verma, Poet Laureate of Khajuraho, in a statement which you will find on page 105 of my book THE MESSAGE, writes of a world “in which health care is freely available to all.”

WarrenHall Crain
The Kyrgyz Republic
30 June 2016

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