Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 24: A number of Health schemes have been initiated by Govt to improve health index of citizens. As part of Social responsibility, the contribution by NGOs can ensure spread of health education schemes at grass root levels. Efforts towards Women Empowerment is a priority area for Inner Wheel Club, Jammu Tawi. 2. Medical Staff at Block Level RS Pura Dr Monica Suri and Ruchika Raina were contacted. An educative programme was chalked out for Girls High Secondary School, RS Pura to cover issues of Anemia,Menstrual Hygiene and Sex Education. 3. Visiting team was welcomed and Introductory remarks were made by the Principal Ms Manmeet Kour. President Ms Paramjit Kaur gave out the details of the subjects to be covered Thereafter, various topics were covered by the visiting team for the benefit of the Girl Students. Mrs Santosh Gupta,PDC, covered subject of Good and Bad Touch. Coordinator of IWC Dr Paramjit Kaur covered subjects of Anemia, Sex Education and Menstrual Hygiene. A pledge was read by the President Ms Paramjit Kaur on No Use of Plastic, repeated by all present. Secy Ms Gurvinder Kaur covered bad effects of Plastic on environment, followed by Votes of Thanks. To encourage the audience to eliminate use of Plastic Bags, the School staff was presented with Cloth Carry Bags by IWC. All administrative arrangements for the event were made by the School.
4. After the event at the school, all members visited Suchetgarh border Post, which conducts Beating The Retreat,on specified days. The visit was coordinated by Ms Satwant Kaur from the School. The members of IWC Jammu Tawi who participated in the project were President Paramjit Kaur, Secretary Gurvinder Kaur, PDC Dr Santosh Gupta, Project cordinator Dr Paramjit Kaur, Surinder Sudan, Jaswant Kaur.