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01. Why the Project is ?

a) Inadequate rural health infrastructure in West Bengal leads to reliance on city hospitals or major block-level hospitals.

b) Climatic calamities and the Covid-19 outbreak have severely disrupted healthcare services in rural areas.

c) Mukti’s Gram Clinic project aims to address these challenges by providing healthcare services to residents of the Sundarbans region with limited access to medical care.

d) Free doctor’s consultations are offered, with only a nominal cost charged for medicine.

02. What the project is?

a) The Gram Clinic, operational since January 2021, provides basic medical care in the village of Purboshridharpur, addressing limited access to healthcare in the area.

b) The clinic offers check-ups, treatment for common illnesses, and nominal cost medicine.

c) Staffed by a rural doctor and an assistant, the clinic aims to improve the health and well-being of underserved rural communities in the Sundarbans region.

d) The Gram Clinic Project strives to provide essential healthcare services to people in remote areas, enhancing access to medical facilities.

03. How the Project is?

a) The clinic operates six days a week, from 11 AM to 4 PM, with Thursdays being closed.

b) It serves an average of 45-50 patients daily, with the option of booking appointments in advance.

c) Appointments can be made starting from 10 AM on a per-day basis.

d) Patients with critical health issues are connected to specialist doctors through telemedicine services.

e) The project is overseen by a program manager who monitors its progress regularly.

f) Additionally, an MBBS doctor visits the clinic on a fortnightly basis.
The project brings essential medical facilities to local villagers who lack access to basic healthcare.

04. Where the project is?

Village :Purboshridharpur, G.P- Nagendrapur, Block: Mathurapur-II, District : South 24 Pgs, State : West Bengal

05. What the impact is?

a) MUKTI has treated 5,500 patients and distributed 82,397 medicines to date.

b) The Gram Clinic served as a primary healthcare center during the Covid-19 pandemic.

c) The clinic provided support to villagers by offering Oxygen cylinders and referring serious patients to city hospitals.

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