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Quick Heal zooms ‘Arogya Yan’ to serve Washim patients 2021

Washim, Maharashtra, August 10, 2021: Reinforcing its commitment and servitude towards improving healthcare services in rural heartland of India, Quick Heal Foundation, the CSR arm of Quick Heal Technologies Limited has donated two state-of-the-art ‘Arogya Yan’ vehicles to the authorities in Washim.

by Prittle Prattle Team

Washim, Maharashtra, August 10, 2021: Reinforcing its commitment and servitude towards improving healthcare services in rural heartland of India, Quick Heal Foundation, the CSR arm of Quick Heal Technologies Limited has donated two state-of-the-art ‘Arogya Yan’ vehicles to the authorities in Washim.

The donation ceremony was held in the presence of Mrs. Anupama Katkar, Chairperson – Quick Heal Foundation,Shanmugarajan.S , District Collector, Washim, Vasumana Pant,- CEO, Zilla Parishad,Washim, Mr. Kuldeep Jangam) Assistant Collector, and Ajay Shirke, Program Manager, CSR – Quick Heal Arogya Yan Foundation. With this initiative, Quick Heal Foundation aims toserve and positively impact more than 1 lakh people from Manora and Risod Talukas by improving healthcare facilities in the region.

Human life is priceless. And it cannot be compromised in 21st century just for the lack of timely medical aid. Niti Ayog has categorized Washim as one of the Aspirational Districts in 2018, which needs a major revamp. Since there are no proper ambulances to ferry patients to-fromhospital, patients manage with private transport like jeeps or rickshaws which is a risky affair. 

Started in January 2021, ‘Arogya Yan’ is a part of Quick Heal’s larger CSR vision towards improving healthcare services in India’s rural heartland. After learning the national success of the initiative, Hon’ble Assistant Collector of Washim Shri Kuldeep Jangam reached out to Quick Heal Foundation to support their ongoing efforts to boost healthcare services in the region.Quick Heal Foundation graciously accepted his request and delivered the ambulances in record time as per the commitment. Quick Heal’s ‘Arogya Yan’ will help doctors and patients in Washim by transporting patients from far-flung zones and delivering healthcare services like routine-check-ups, diagnosis and treatments.

With an empathetic mindset, Mrs. Anupama Katkar, Chairperson– Quick Heal Foundation said, “Quick Heal Foundation is committed to making a meaningful contribution to the rural heartland of India. We would like to thank the authorities for giving us the opportunity to serve the people of Washim. We strongly believe that ‘Arogya Yan’ initiative will go a long way in meeting the healthcare needs of the people living in the region. As a responsible business leader, we will continue to scale up this noble cause and replicate the success pan India.”
Mr. Kuldeep Jangam, Assistant Collector, Washim further added, “The Quick Heal Foundation has been prompt in responding to our request for Ambulances for PHCs. The Two Ambulances provided will increase the accessibility to health care and impact thousands of lives in the times to come.”

This article is shared with Prittle Prattle News in the form of a Press Release.

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