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Urban Primary Health Center

In improving the quality of the primary health care in terms of clinical care and outreach services, WOSCA has been operating and managing one Urban Primary Health Centers (UPHC) in Nalda of Badbil Municipality in Keonjhar District under Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode to the urban population particularly the urban poor. By managing the UPHC, WOSCA aims to provide priority services to the urban poor people, especially those in most difficult circumstances such as street and slum children, the aged, disabled, single women, un-organized workers in unsafe occupations, and survivors of violence. This UPHC is not only integrating RCH services but also integrating all vertical disease control programs and non-communicable diseases program. More than 10,000 OPD cases have been handled along with four NCD camps and non-communicable disease camps conducted under the UPHC Programme. Besides the regular OPD services, there are other outreach services being provided by the UPHC such as; regular immunization in fixed day basis in a fixed site, periodic Health checkups and health education activities, awareness generation and Co-curricular activities by MAS and ASHA, promotion of Safe Drinking Water and Basic Sanitation through community groups like MAS, Urban ASHA and others, chemoprophylaxis for Malaria in high malaria endemic areas for pregnant women as per NVBDCP guidelines, Co-ordination with Public Health Engineering Department for safe water supply by MAS and WKS, promotion of sanitation including use of toilets and appropriate garbage disposal, Testing of water quality using H2S - Strip Test (Bacteriological), referral to district public health laboratory, Referral transport to pregnant women and sick neonates, promotion of RSBY to BPL families for free treatment of complicated diseases in empaneled health institutions. WOSCA is committed to enhance the health and well-being of residents of the area covered by by providing high quality service, innovation and development and to meet identified needs within the available resources.


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Women’s Organization for Socio-Cultural Awareness (WOSCA) is a voluntary organization born on 20th December 1993 with the commitment to serve the under privileged people.WOSCA also maintains the tie-up with the banks and others corporate sectors.

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