De-addiction drive organized by Jimeedari foundation


Drug and alcohol addiction has become the bane of our existence, people from every nook and corner are slowly coming under the influence of alcohol. Priya Sharma, director of Jimmedari foundation, wants to change this scenario and is continuously working towards it. Her foundation taken a number of initiatives for the development of Rural Health & Hygiene, Women & Child and providing de-addiction advice and awareness to the people. Recently, Jimmedari foundation organized a de-addiction awareness campaign in association with the Hindustan Zinc. The campaign was presided over by Anti Drugs team Sub-inspector Rakesh Pandey in Ravish Sharma’s august presence, Director Hindustan Zinc, CSR head Vedapalli Gopi, ex-president Bina Mandal, Yuva Mangal dal members, and Vikas Mandal ward member.
Rajesh Pandey Informed the villagers about the perils of illegal liquor distilling being carried out in their village’s vicinity, which is causing increased drunkenness amongst the adults and youngsters of the town. He requested cooperation in controlling the evil of illicit liquor. The campaign was also attended by Kirti, Priyanka, Raju Kiran, Rahul Richa and the volunteers of Jimmedari foundation.
Priya Sharma stated that More than 12 thousand graduate volunteers are associated with Jimmedari Foundation and they all are dedicated towards changing and improving the lives of rural people. Jimmedari Mobile Health Clinic provides free doctor consultation, free diagnostics and free medicines at rural people’s doorstep. In the last three years, her team has provided primary health care to more than 1 lakh rural people and has also distributed free medicines worth more than 2 Crore to poor, marginalized people.


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