Disaster has both acute and chronic effects on the physical and mental health of the affected population. In the aftermath of disaster injuries, spread of communicable diseases and worsening of non-communicable diseases is common.
Mukti in association with the donors, “Rural Health Care Foundation” and “Kolkata Foundation” set many medical camps to provide medical relief in the Amphan-affected areas of Sunderban.
Medical records were created and kept for all patients examined at the camps. A note of presenting complaints, provisional diagnosis as well as medicine prescribed and intervention done were recorded.
Mukti volunteers also make an effort to educate the patient and local public regarding prevention of infectious disease spread, safe drinking water, wearing masks and sanitization practices (Covid-19 pandemic) apart from treatment.
|Village Name||Gram Panchayat||Block||Number of Patients Treated||Number of
|Bishalaxmipur, Purano Shibmandir||Budhakhali||Namkhana||94||
|Damkal Mondal Para||Nagendrapur||Mathurapur II||60
|Damkal Halder Para||Nagendrapur||Mathurapur II||109||327|
|Dakshin Kashinagar (1No Geri)||Herembogopalpur||Patharpratima||32||96|
|Dakshin Shibgang||Dakshin Shibgang||Patharpratima||50||150|
|Dakshin Shibgang Natun Geri||Patharpratima||Patharpratima||74||222|
|Madhya Gurguria||Ghurghuria Bhubaneswari||Kultali||57||171|
|20 villages||15 GPs||7 Blocks||1870||6093|