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Health camp organized by Don Bosco Tech – Latabari, West Bengal.

Don Bosco Tech – Latabari, West Bengal centre team organized a health camp for the neighboring residents and local at St. Ambrose Church premises on August 20, 2017. General Duty Assistant (G.D.A) trainees under the guidance of Ms. Pramila Chamling, G.D.A trainer – Don Bosco Tech - Latabari spear-headed the camp which saw the presence of approximate 35 people. 

The camp opened with briefing about the importance of organizing health camp by Ms. Pramila. She made people aware about various health hazards that affect people from child to adult and how it one take precaution and cares in simplest ways.  Essential health tips to maintain blood pressure (BP) and gain as well maintain weight for people who are underweight especially for breast-feeding mothers was also briefly discussed. Emphasizing on the importance of breakfast, Ms. Pramila states, “It is essential to have a proper breakfast before one start their daily work as it not only keep you physically healthy and filled but will also give you necessary energy to exert during the day and mentally active”. 

Participant got an opportunity to ask questions and take helpful tips as well as measurement about health issues. Ms. Pramila and trainees gave the best possible solution and clarifications about various misinformation and common health problems.

G.D.A trainees immensely gained in term of exposure and dealing with patients from the health camp. The camp gave them an opportunity to execute their learning from the class and practical classes attended in the centre. Trainees expressed their happiness for the opportunity and getting this chance of hand on experience on their knowledge and learnings.

The people from the neighborhood of the Don Bosco Tec – Latabari largely benefitted from the health camp as they got to check their blood pressure, weight, etc. which gave them aware about their own health status. 

The health camp finally concluded with a successful result benefitting both the people who attended the camp to check their health but also the trainees from GDA to practice their learning.