The Pragati CSR Camp/Activity for the year 2023, focuses on bringing diabetic awareness to the public while also hosting a treatment camp.
On the occasion of the International Year of Millets 2023, as an initiative by the Pragati Prakruti Matha Foundation, we will be conducting a Diabetes Awareness and Treatment Camp at Proddutur Village, Shankarapally Mandal, Ranga Reddy Dist, Telangana from 27th of November to 26th of February 2023.
The main objective of this camp is to spread awareness of the seriousness of diabetes and the effects it can have on one’s health, while also providing solutions on how to reverse, as well as prevent the onset of diabetes– through the consumption of the right foods, like the five types of millets, and by adopting a healthier lifestyle.
The program would include assembling around 70-100 villagers and conducting an HBA1C test to identify around 40 individuals who might be diabetic. This group of 40 villagers will then be given extra attention with regard to the food they eat, the exercises they indulge in, and essentially their day-to-day activities. They will be given the five millets as part of their diet, ambali, and a herbal decoction, and will be encouraged to practice yoga and other physical activities for the span of three months. During these 3 months, an FBS and PLBS test will be conducted every 15 days to check their blood sugar levels; after the completion of three months, on the 26th of February, another HBA1C test will be conducted. Once done, a final report will be published of the pre and post, blood sugar levels of the group that participated in the program.
The program is scheduled for the 27th of November, at 9.00 AM, and will be conducted at the Community Hall of Proddutur Village. This program will be inaugurated by DR.GBK Rao, Chairman of the Pragati Group, and by DR, Khadar Vali, Independent Scientist.
Before the onset of the program, Dr. Sreedhar MD(Ayur), the Nodal Officer for the program will define the program guidelines to the participants; he will be accompanied by and assisted by the following medical professionals:
The Nodal Officer, Dr. Sreedhar will issue the necessary information regarding the guidelines, treatment plan, execution, review, and record of the Programme along with the progress and outcome to the organizing team. He will also communicate any information regarding the menu and other requirements as and when the need arises; a monthly report supported by necessary documentation will also be submitted to the Management under the supervision of Dr. Sreedhar.
We at Pragati, are looking forward to having this program set into motion and having it produce fruitful results that will help us understand diabetes so as to be able to treat it in the long run.