Govind Leela - Phase 1
Project Govind Leela
Five dispensaries and female health care units have been established in five remote villages given as follows.
Hudu gram sabha villages are Hudu and Karndhar, where approximately 65 families are staying, totaling about 350 members. The distance from Delhi to Ukhimath is around 427.2 km. The distance from Ukhimath to Hudu is 12 km; hence the total distance from Delhi to Hudu or vice versa becomes 439.2 km. Therefore, Pyare Foundation is giving care and medical support to 350 members of the Hudu Gram Sabha.
The process from inception of roots till the inauguration of the dispensary consists of many steps such as visits, surveys, meetings in the village, permission from DM, CMO, village Thana, Mandir Samiti, and appointment of pharmacists and allotment of medicines and necessary medical health equipment. The entire process takes approximately six days, and the team Pyare Foundation visits these villages for six days to complete the process. Pradhan Anil lal, Asha , Rekha Rawat, Ashish a villager and pharmacist Arjun singh were responsible persons to take care the unit.
Hudu connects these villages: Usada (80 families, 320 members), Kanda (35 families, 140 members), Daida (45 families, 180 members), Semar (35 families, 140 members), and Bringali (30 families, 120 members). Hence, the total beneficiary families are 290 and 1250 members.
The foundation established its second dispensary at Gadgu Village, District Rudraprayag, Uttarakhand, on 22 November 2016.The distance from Delhi to Ukhimath is 427.2 km. and from Ukhimath to gadgu the Distance is 13 km. There are about 110 – 120 families (around 600 members) in Gadgu. The village is also one of the remote areas of Uttarakhand where residents used to travel very long distances for medical treatment by spending a lot of money and effort. In many cases, when the environment is unfavorable, the patients have to lose their life due to the unavailability of transportation facilities. Keeping all these issues, the foundation created a team of six members and a pharmacist responsible for the maintenance and work of the dispensary on the village level. The foundation regularly monitors the dispensaries’ work and provide necessary support, guidance, and medicines. Village Pradhan Mrs. Sarita Devi, Asha Mrs. Geeta Devi, Pharmacist Mr. Sudeep singh were the responsible persons to take care of the dispensary.
Gadgu connects these villages: Gair (100 families, 480 members), Giriya (80 families, 400 members), Mansoona (250 families, 1000 members), Burua (50 families, 220 members). Hence, the total beneficiary families are 590 and 2700 members.
The foundation established its third dispensary at Gondar Village, District Rudraprayag, Uttarakhand, on 17 May 2017.No adjacent village are near Gondar. It’s the last village There are about 40 – 50 families (around 160 – 200 members) in Gondar. The village is also one of the remote areas of Uttarakhand where residents used to travel very long distances for medical treatment by spending a lot of money and effort. The distance from Delhi to Ukhimath is 427.2 km. and from Ukhimath to gondar the Distance is 21 km and 6 km by foot.
Pradhan Mr. virender singh, pharmacis t Ms. Rajni panwar, Mr.Shiv singh negi were the responsible persons to take care of the unit
The team established a fourth dispensary in the Thapli village, district Chamoli on 12 January 2018. The distance from Delhi to karnprayag is 436.6 km. and from karnprayag to Thapli the Distance is 13.1 km. There are about 20 families (around 80 members) in Thapli. Mr. Suman Dimri inaugurated the dispensary in the presence of villagers, and written documents were exchanged. Record slips were gathered, and medicines were distributed in large quantities.
Village Pradhan Shri Suman Dimri, Smt Anita, Asha,Vinod thapliyal and Birender thapliyal are the resposible persons to take care of the unit Thapli connects these villages: Siri (45 families, 180 members), Sirpa (25 families, 100 members), Salyana (25 families, 100 members), Kulsaun (30 families, 120 members), Bagoli (50 families, 200 members), Bangaon (40 families, 160 members), Khankar (15 families, 60 members), Koti (50 families, 200 members), and Erwadi (50 families, 200 members). Hence, the total beneficiary families are 350 and 1400 members.
On 24 December 2018, Pyare Foundation, under its Health and hygiene project banner, Govind Leela, established its fifth (5th) mini dispensary and female health care unit at Ratura Village in Uttarakhand. Ratura village comprised of about 125 families (around 500 members) as per the 2011 census but now it has around 65 families (around 260 members) as per the latest data. Out of 65 families, around 40 families (160 members) are from harijan community.