Shri Naveen Patnaik
Hon'ble Chief Minister, Odisha
Dr. Gavali Parag Harshad, IAS
Collector & District Magistrate
Dr. Saroj Kumar Misra
CDM & PHO
About District Mineral Foundation, Sundargarh
District Mineral Foundation Trust by the State Government, a non-profit body, with an objective to work for the welfare of mining-affected communities. District Mineral Foundations are statutory bodies in India established by the State Governments.DMF supports several innovative most needed programs for the welfare of the people in the district.
About Sahara Health and Development Society
Sahara is an organization founded to address issues of health, Rehabilitation and well-being of most vulnerable people like children, disabled and senior citizens from the rural, far to reach, tribal and mining areas. Across rural areas to attain development goals. Our goal is to improve the quality of life and productivity and reduce the burden and our focus areas to achieve sustainable goals.
Sahara uses innovation and technology complementary efforts to address health, rehabilitation, empowerment, good governance and partnership as a spectrum of development with equal opportunity to achieve sustainability. Hence, we strongly believe in community outreach and participation in governance and leadership, leveraging on community strengths to achieve goals and objectives for sustainability and ownership. We adopt the UN SDG, in general and national guidelines in providing a solution. Visit us: www. saharahds.org
About Regional Rehabilitation And Research Center in Rourkela 4, Rourkela
Regional Rehabilitation And Research Center in Rourkela is one of the leading businesses in the Rehabilitation Centres. Find Address, Contact Number, Reviews & Ratings, Photos, Maps of Regional Rehabilitation And Research Center, Rourkela. Visit us at: https://www.rrrcodisha.org/
About IPU Sundargarh
Integrated Physiotherapy Unit & Therapeutic Services is an initiative in the lines of National Health Mission guidelines with an objective to enable Physiotherapy and other therapy services like Speech therapy, behavior therapy and Occupational therapy to the people from mining-affected areas. The core beneficiaries are Children with developmental disorders, Persons with Disabilities, senior citizens with Mobility and pain issues and speech issues and others with therapy needs due to neuro and muscular issues.
A total of 10 CHC -IPU are established across the district along with 59 PHC level IPU s. CHC IPU s provide services full-time while PHC IPU s provide services one day a week along with home visits for the most needed. Each CHC IPU is expected to provide services a minimum of 15 People a day and PHC IPU to a minimum of 4 people a day.
The best practice engaged in IPU sis barrier-free services in terms of accessible infrastructure and transportation of the deserving beneficiaries by electric auto. Another best practice engaged is guided speech therapy, behavior therapy, and Occupational therapy in gross root areas which is rarely observed due to lesser human resources in rural areas in specific fields.
The much appreciable features are a live interactive dashboard with a concrete report format to assess the outcome and impact and specialist teleconsultations to the beneficiaries along with community integrated sensitization programs for the identification and early intervention and Convergence with line departments lie Disability welfare and Samagra siksha.