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  • Writer's pictureAnustup Kundu

Desun Hospitals Works with the ECI's SVEEP Department to Provide Health Hygiene Kits to Election Workers and Empower Women

News Desk, News Nation 360 : Desun Hospital proudly announced a special initiative to empower women and support election workers in collaboration with the Election Commission's Systematic Voters' Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) department. Desun Hospital provided health and hygiene kits to the "Pink Booths" devoted to women's empowerment as part of this campaign. These health kits were not only a sign of support but also a source of vital medical supplies to guarantee the safety and well-being of the female voters. This initiative by Desun Hospitals established a new benchmark for community support and involvement during the election process and demonstrated their commitment to holistic health and community service. Desun Hospitals stayed dedicated to improving community health and wellness and kept setting the standard with these important programmes. With the theme "Your Health, Our Responsibility," the programme highlighted the hospital's commitment to ensuring that everyone participating in the election process is safe. Desun Hospital carried out this kindness beyond the "Pink Booths" by giving health and hygiene kits to all female employees in each pink booth during the election, including those who were on duty and the poll workers. This programme demonstrated Desun Hospital's dedication to the community's health and safety during this critical election season. Shaoli Dutta, Director of Desun Hospitals Group, Senior Consultants from Desun Hospital including Dr. Sujoy Ranjan Deb, Medical Director, Dr. Aparupa Ghosh, Consultant Gynaecologist, and Dr. Mohit Kharbanda, Director, Critical Care, Desun Hospital, Kolkata and officers from Election Commission of India graced the occasion, reaffirming the hospital's steadfast commitment to public health.


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