BJP National President JP Nadda launched National Health Volunteers Campaign from BJP Headquarters around 4 lakh volunteers would be trained under this campaign who would work on the grassroots level on COVID.
ON Wednesday, JP Nadda, the national president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), launched the Swasthya Swayamsevak Abhiyan, an initiative to train health volunteers ahead of the expected third wave of COVID-19. Nadda addressed the team of volunteers and encouraged them to work tirelessly for the citizens of India. The BJP also said that “it is a huge responsibility.”
Part of a gathering that needs to chip in on a Medical Campaign in India – Delhi? Global Volunteer HQ’s Medical Campaign is a custom fitted encounter that empowers gatherings of at least eight clinical understudies at any degree of preparing, or experts, to accomplish outreach work in networks in and around Delhi. Volunteers will visit various neighborhoods over time long mission, giving essential wellbeing administrations to the individuals who need better admittance to them.
- Programs start every first and third Monday of the month
- Affordable set fee of $370 for 1 week
- Includes accommodation, meals, airport pick up, orientation and 24/7 support
- Take health services into local communities in need
- Visit different parts of Delhi you might not otherwise see
- Customizable for your experience or medical specialty
Need for the scheme
JP Nadda, while setting the objective for public wellbeing volunteers, said that “they ought to be ready so that individuals say, “they (wellbeing volunteers) advised us on schedule, they cautioned us on schedule, then, at that point my life could be saved. At the point when we arrived at the clinic, we got an opportunity to battle against COVID. We need to establish such a climate. That is, the thing that is our obligation, we need to choose our jobs.”
working of tranning module
According to the senior BJP leader, the training module, is divided into five parts, including training on how to keep the environment clean, what should be done to keep the body fit to fight COVID, quarantine facilities and how to keep family quarantined, arranging doctors consultations, and keeping data on nearby hospitals and ambulances. These volunteers, according to Chugh, will return to their home states and train others up to the Mandal level. According to Chugh, the training would be completed by August 31.