Arogya Yan By Quick Heal’s CSR Initiative Enables Healthcare For 20,000 People Of Barpeta, Assam
The state-of-the-art medical vans, have touched more than 3.5 lakh people, from 450 villages across 7 states
Barpeta, Assam : Inspired by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, Quick Heal, the leading cybersecurity service provider through its CSR initiative donated ‘Arogya Yan’, a fully equipped medical van, to the rural community in Barpeta, Assam.
In collaboration with Srijan Ek Soch, a local NGO, this initiative aims at making basic treatment and necessary testing accessible for the marginalized. The special handing over ceremony was attended by Ms. Geeta Shree, ADM, Barpeta, Ms. Disha Shrivastava, CEO, Srijan Ek Soch, Mrs. Anupama Katkar, Chairperson, Quick Heal Foundation along with the guest of honor, Mr. Bikram Jyoti Das, a visually-impaired mountaineer who recently made a successful climb to Everest Base Camp.
This state-of-the-art fully equipped medical van enables more than 20,000 people, who earlier walked between 10-30 kms to access primary healthcare amenities, at their doorsteps. This service is further expected to spread awareness amongst the beneficiaries around the various government schemes that aim at promoting public welfare and better health.
Present on the occasion, Ms. Anupama Katkar, Chairperson Quick Heal Foundation and Chief of Operational Excellence, Quick Heal Technologies Limited, said, “Quick Heal’s CSR mission ‘Securing Futures’ is one that is both forward-looking, and sustainable.
Arogya Yan is our endeavor to reaching those who are miles away from receiving proper medical treatment at the time of need. Our state-of-the-art fully equipped medical vans cover more than 450 villages across 7 states touching more than 3.5 lakh people.
And, through this contribution in Barpeta, Assam, we are delighted to have enabled 20,000 people of these remote villages to access quality primary healthcare services at their doorsteps.”
Speaking on the occasion, Disha Shrivasatva, CEO, Srijan Ek Soch said, “Promoting healthcare & education are the intrinsic part of Srijan’s core values, and we are grateful to Quick Heal Foundation for assisting us with the state-of-the-art mobile vans facility called Arogya Yan.
With the collaboration, we are covering 20 villages in Assam to reach the remotest areas of our Socio-economic Development Center in Barpeta district region to make primary healthcare accessible, while also working towards increasing school enrolment and lowering dropout rates.”
About Quick Heal Technologies Limited
Quick Heal Technologies Ltd. is a global cybersecurity solution provider. Each Quick Heal product is designed to simplify IT security management across the length and depth of devices and on multiple platforms.
They are customized to suit consumers, small businesses, government establishments, and corporate houses. Over a span of 27 years, the company’s R&D has focused on computer and network security solutions.
The current portfolio of cloud-based security and advanced machine learning-enabled solutions stops threats, attacks, and malicious traffic before it strikes. This considerably reduces the system resource usage.
The security solutions are indigenously developed in India. Quick Heal Antivirus Solutions, Quick Heal Scan Engine, and the entire range of Quick Heal products are proprietary items of Quick Heal Technologies Ltd.
About Quick Heal Foundation:
Quick Heal Foundation is the CSR arm of Quick Heal Technologies Limited, Global leading cybersecurity products, and Solutions Company. We have leveraged over 25 years of experience in simplifying security to chart a brand new course in our journey – towards ‘Securing Futures.’Our initiatives in corporate social responsibility address pressing challenges to development outlined by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Through efforts to promote education, employment enhancement, vocational training & cybersecurity awareness, we seek to provide innovative and technology-based solutions to these global hurdles. Implemented by the Quick Heal Foundation, each of these initiatives go on to help ensure a future with a promise of success and security for all.
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