Kairali served lunch to 45 volunteers at National Pulse Polio Program.

Kairali group served lunch for 45 volunteers at National Pulse polio program

Kairali group served lunch for 45 volunteers at National Pulse polio program

Image: Kairali group served lunch for 45 volunteers at National Pulse polio program

The primary health center is the foundation of the health care service system. It is the basic functional and structural elements of the public health amenities that help provides accessible primary health care services to individuals. It help improves access, quality of health care services and progressing the health of a society. 

National Pulse Polio Programme was organized by the Government of India to remove polio in India by vaccinating all children below age 5 years against the Poliovirus. Geeta Ramesh, Joint Managing Director of Kairali Ayurvedic Group along with Dr.Rajinder and Dr.Veena Bali visited the Polio booths in Palakkad Kerala. They help motivate the parents to bring their children to polio booths for vaccination. As a result of this effort, various people came forward. 45 volunteers of Primary Health Centre were served with lunch at the Polio booth organized by Kairali Ayurvedic Group on 19th January 2020. Kairali Ayurveda Group aims to maintain involvement with all the social programs and charitable activities and is always believes to support the number of community and generous ventures