IN order to create awareness among people and lay aside their misplaced fears regarding the spread of Corona Virus, Aadhar Housing Finance Ltd and Y4D Foundation have jointly implemented the ‘Ayushman Aadhaar Project’ across India. The scheme was recently initiated at Bhairavnath Mandir in Bhadas village in Mulshi taluka of Pune district.
The foundation of this project has been laid as a social commitment to keep the public away from the epidemic of Covid19 and provide them with proper guidance so that they can take proper care and ward off all rumours over the pandemic.
Under the scheme, basic health camps will be organised across the country, and the citizens will be given a medicinal powder called ‘Maha Shakti’, which boosts the immune system to combat the virus.
In the first phase, health check-ups will be conducted in selected cities in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.
In accordance with the Maharashtra government’s campaign- ‘My Family, My Responsibility’, the Foundation will make efforts to conduct health camps along with government agencies wherever possible through the project. On Wednesday, the Foundation conducted a camp at Malegaon Budruk in Baramati taluka in Pune. Dignitaries including Rishikesh Jha, Chief People Officer of Aadhar Housing Finance Ltd, Praful Nikam, Y4D, Chairman, Vikas Saxena, Zonal Business Head, Pune, Ranjan Kumar, Area Business Head, Pune, Sachin Kusale, Pathologist, Dr Zhope, MD, Dr Wayle, Taluka Health Officer, Mulshi among others were present during the occasion.