Rotarians Donate Food Hampers to Underprivileged TB Patients
New Delhi, July 25, 2023 – Rotarians from different Rotary Clubs in New Delhi donated food hampers to underprivileged TB patients at the National Institute of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases (NITRD) on Saturday.
The hampers contained essential food items such as rice, dal, vegetables, and fruits. They were donated by Rotarians from the Rotary Clubs of New Delhi, Greater Kailash, and Vasant Kunj.
This is not the first time that Rotarians have donated food hampers to TB patients at NITRD. They have been doing this for the past 10 months as part of their efforts to support the GOI’s TB mukt India Mission.
On the occasion, Rtn Kusum Chopra, Chair, TB, and PDG Ashish Ghosh were also present. They expressed their gratitude to the Rotarians for their continued support to the TB patients at NITRD.
These hampers will help the TB patients to meet their nutritional needs and boost their immunity.
The Rotarians have pledged to continue their support to the TB patients at NITRD in the coming months and years. They believe that by providing these patients with essential food items, they can help them to recover from TB and lead a healthy life.
About the TB Mukt India Mission
The TB Mukt India Mission is a national initiative to eliminate TB from India by 2025. The mission is being implemented by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO).
The mission aims to achieve its goal by increasing awareness about TB, providing early diagnosis and treatment, and improving the quality of care for TB patients.
The Rotarians are playing a key role in supporting the TB Mukt India Mission. They are working with the government and other organizations to raise awareness about TB, provide financial support to TB patients, and improve the quality of care for TB patients.
The Rotarians’ efforts are helping to make a difference in the fight against TB in India. They are providing hope to TB patients and their families, and they are helping to make India a TB-free country.