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An inspiring journey of Arpana Services
Arpana is a non-political, common, and beneficent association, directing its devoted labourers to interpret the ideal of the fraternity of man into useful living.It is involved in major health and development programmes in the northern 200 towns of Haryana and Himachal Pradesh, including medical services, maternity and child government assistance, ladies’ strengthening, business and rights advancement, water and sterilization, ranchers’ government assistance, and neighbourhood development.Arpana is also responsible for the education, health, and advancement of over 30,000 people in New Delhi’s ghetto resettlement provinces of Molar Bund.
Arpana Hospital was founded in 1980 at Madhuban, District Karnal for Haryana’s rural residents who had virtually no access to modern medical care. The original 13-bed cabin clinic has grown into a 100-bed modern health centre with four activity theatres, an outstanding 12-bed with ICU, a Dialysis Unit, and special facilities for day-to-day short-term centres. It serves a population of over 1,000,000 people in 500 towns and cities with reasonably modern clinical offices.
Arpana’s mission is to improve health, provide education, and empower communities in North India to obtain their freedoms and vocations. The expressions of Arpana’s Founder, ‘Param Pujya Maa’ who was a spiritual visionary, were the starting point for Arpana’s vision. According to Ma, “The Lord appears to us as those who are eager, wiped out, destitute, and dejected.” Serving others, sharing their burdens, and easing their suffering is the practical side of surrendering to Him. “
The Hospital also serves as a hub for mobile health clinics, which were established to provide free or low-cost care to the most vulnerable patients, including women, children, and the elderly. It organises eye camps and clinical camps in several places. Essential health workers are provided preparation resources, and maternity specialists are encouraged to bring mothers in for antenatal care and deliveries.
Giving Free Treatment to the Disadvantaged
RSBY (RashtriyaSwasthaBimaYojna) is an acronym for the RashtriyaSwasthaBimaYojna.
- Arpana Hospital has also been approved to provide National Health Insurance Scheme cardholders with credit-only indoor clinical help. This is a government plot to help those who are on the verge of starvation. Each year, clinical medical coverage of up to Rs 30,000/-is provided to five members of a family.
- A large percentage of these are individuals who had been experiencing problems that required therapeutic, or even attentive, intervention, but had postponed treatment due to a lack of reserves. They are currently reaping the benefits of this strategy.
- At Arpana Hospital, an office has been established to provide a convenient path for patients in need of financial assistance. This agency verifies documents and maintains relevant records to guarantee that each poor person receives aid.
- The plan’s officials travel from Chandigarh and Karnal for shock checks, and they are grateful not only for the clinical attention they receive, but also for the sterile and caring environment of the emergency clinic, as well as our documentation and record-keeping, which has ensured the plan’s progress in this office.
Other Assistance: Arpana was established to handle the difficulties of those who have not had the opportunity to become vital to the RSBY government conspiracy but cannot afford therapeutic therapy. Thanks to kind donations, we can provide free or sponsored therapy to these patients, who are typically the most burdened and powerless.
Arpána’s empowering programmes
- Arpa Hospital, a multi-specialty hospital in rural Haryana, was set up to provide affordable health care to the rural population. No patient has been turned away for not being able to pay.
- Empowering rural women in Haryana and Himachal Pradesh through the formation of Self-Help Groups (SHGs) with knowledge on health, local governance, and savings and loans for economic security.
- Programs for the differently abled to instil hope and create opportunities for livelihood and inclusion in rural Haryana.
- Farmers’ Self-Help Groups in Himachal Pradesh: Rising from subsistence level to increasing their incomes tenfold.
- Molar bund School in New Delhi –To realize the potential of underprivileged children in slum resettlement colonies in Molarbund through tuition support, cultural activities, and vocational skill training.
- Education at Vasant Vihar, New Delhi: To provide tuition support, cultural exposure, spoken English, and computer classes to unleash the potential of underprivileged children.
- Arpana Medical and Biological Center, Bakrota, Himachal Pradesh, provides daily clinics and regular specialty camps for rural folk.
Arpana’s Success Stories
Balwinder of Bassi, Akbarpur Village
Shri Jagdish’s child, Balwinder, has a place in the town of BassiAkbarpur. He is an individual from the Disabled Persons Organization (DPO) formed by Arpana, called Naya SaveraViklangjan Samiti.
His condition was not bad by any means. He had little pay with no expectations and an unfortunate everyday environment. When he turned into a part, he observed that the new data and learning he took part in the gatherings were extremely helpful for better admittance to government plans and advantages.
He started offering data to different people with handicaps (PWDs). His clinical testament was made solely after turning into an individual from “Naya Savera.” He took credit and purchased a decent sewing machine, and his present pay from fitting has expanded from Rs. 5000 per month to Rs. 15,000 per month. He is glad that he has reserved funds and the security of the DPO as an aide and a stage.
Saving Raman’s eyesight!
Ace Raman is a four-year-old male youngster. He resides with his folks and five kin (2 siblings and 3 sisters) in a little house in Dadlana. His dad is a worker and works for everyday wages. His mom is a housewife and does all the family work.
On April 16, Master Raman was playing out and about with his companions when an iron wire incurred an injury to his right eye while he was playing. Right away, his dad carried him to Arpana Hospital. SoDr. Mukul Sharma let his dad know that because of the iron wire, the understudy of his eye had been harmed, so lines were expected to save his eye. On April 17, Master Raman accompanied his family for the stitching of his right eye.
Ace Raman’s family is very poverty-stricken, and his dad couldn’t pay the full charges. Thus, except for anaesthesia charges, his emergency clinic bill was free. His family was exceptionally grateful to Dr. Mukul Sharma for stitching his child’s cornea and to Arpana Hospital for financing the expense of the treatment.
Param Pujya Maa,
The more we selflessly serve others, the more we will love. The more we love, the closer we come to the Lord.Add to favorites