Baramulla: A three-day training programme was Wednesday inaugurated at Regional Institute of Dhobivan Kunzer in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district.
The programme was organized by common health, a national level organization in collaboration with Regional Institute of Health and Family Welfare Dhobivan, JKVHA, WHIPRO, PSA, Kashmir, RCF Magam, and ISHAN foundation JK.
Dr Subhashri committee member common health accompanied with Rahi Reyaz AHSAN Foundation, Dr Hilal, A K Wani and others inaugurated the three days workshop.
Talking to media persons, Dr Subhashri said that common health is a multi state coalition of organizations and individuals whose vision is to create a society that ensures mental neonatal health care especially marginalized communities of India.
“Its mission is to raise visibility of unacceptably high mortality and morbidity among mothers and newborn and lack access to safe abortion especially among the disadvantage,” she said, adding that “we have to create a situation collectively in which a healthy life for all is a reality and a situation which enables the flowers of people’s talents and abilities to enrich each other and the people and guide the decisions that shapes lives.”
She further added that there is a need to create world-wide network of people organizations, NGO’s, social activists health professionals academic and teachers to establish health and equitable development as top priority through primary health care and action on the social determinants of health and today’s training programme conducted by common health organization in Kashmir is a step towards this goal.
She wished success of the training programme in which gross root level health workers ,volunteers, ASHA’S and civil societies workers from various parts of Kashmir are participating.