Monday, 30 December 2013

DAPCU Bhadrak Response-World AIDS Day-2013


ACTIVITIES :-A host of campaigns and events like Debate competition, Essay writing competition and quiz competition on HIV related topics was organized by DAPCU on 24th November 2013 among the students and volunteers of various colleges, to raise awareness among the masses. It was remarkable feature that the students and staffs like lecturers and professors showed their spontaneity to participate and ready to do the needful for the vulnerable person which is a green signal for the future activity.
As per the plan a mass rally was flagged off after receiving first signal from District collector & DM Sj. L.N.mishra, from the hospital campus at 9.15 am in the presence of Hon’ble CDMO, ADMO (PH) and many other dignitaries. With the support of stakeholders, TI partner NUHASS & FELLOWSHIP,
Media and positive networks, NGOs, hospital staffs, Non TI NGOs, ASHA Networks, students and staffs of Bhadrak Autonomous college, Charampa college, Bhadrak women’s  college, Royal school of nursing, FSWs, MSMs, general youths of the locality and many others. It seemed as if the whole Bhadrak District was in Motion. The participants distributed awareness kits, leaflets, brochures and other IEC materials to bystanders on the way to Balgopal Temple Campus in the heart of the district. The participants with their slogans made the city silent and thrilled for some time. There was huge public response to the Mass rally (around 500 Participants).

The function at historic Balgopal temple campus was attended by Sj.Jugala Kishore pattnaik,hon,ble MLA Bhadrak,Sj.Laxmi Narayan Mishra,hon”ble collector  & DM, Bhadrak, Dr.Harihara das ,CDMO Bhadrak, Dr.Debasish Dey, Nadal Officer(AIDS) Bhadrak,Himansu Sekhar sahu,Sr. manager,CSR,DPCL, Sj. Manas Kumar Mohanty, Chairperson,Bhadrak Muncipality, Radhakanta Samal, Vice President,BJD, S.M.Farooque,Director Fellowship NGO,DPM DAPCU,,MR.Hemanta Kumar Dash.The observation got off to start with lighting the candle by chief guest Jugala Kishore Pattnaik & Guest of honour Sj. L N.Mishra, With a devotional hymns chanted by a lecturer Charampa college, followed by the patriotic song of Odisha “BANDE UTKAL JANANI”. 
WELCOME ADDRESS:-The warm Welcome address was given by CDMO ,Bhadrak to the honorable dignitaries  on the stage and the participants from all corners. He put a glance on the brief scenario on HIV /AIDS in Bhadrak,Odisha & INDIA and the World. He highlighted the concept, despite of being a low prevalent state how odisha has become more vulnerable to HIV/ AIDS according to the recent studies. After that the other dignitaries gave their views regarding the situation of HIV/AIDS.
Unique Programme:-
The presence of Mr. Himansu Sekhar Sahoo,senior Manager (CSR)DPCL was the buzz of the forum. He highly appreciated the efforts of DPM DAPCU in the field of awareness and prevention and control programme. He also sincerely thanks to all staffs of service delivery points. He deeply showed his benevolence to the CLHIVS. He pointed out HIV /AIDS is one among the most dreaded infections that affects men and women of all age groups, occupations and races across the world. He was puzzled over the figure and number of PLHIVs increasing day by day. It is because of his initiatives 52 no. of CLHIVS were benefited   and received the educational, Nutritional kits supplied by DPCL(School bag-1pc, pencil box-1pc,colour sketch-1 box,colour pencil-1 pkt, scale-1pc,pencil-1pc, eraser-1pc,cuter-1pc,tiffin box-1pc,Art copy-1pc,Blanket-1 pc,Horlicks-1kg, Horlicks biscuit-300g-2 pkts, Moong dal-2 kg, Chana-1 kg,moong-1kg, Chhatua-2 kg, Water bottle-1pc). 
As per the Micro plan /Proposal for involving almost 500 participants i.e., College students, HRGs, Member of NGOs, PLHIVs, Lawyers, Officials, etc., to observe the WAD-2013. To met the expenses the amount expected to be short surpassed the allotment of Rs. 25,000.00 from OSACS. 
Hence involvement of the TI, NGOs & Corporate sector named DPCL joint the same observance with their own contribution and made the entire procedure a grant success.

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