“Argoyam Man Sampada” a mental wellness program for students to combat post covid trauma
It’s been observed that due to social isolation, there is a tremendous change in individuals’ behaviour in routine activities.. This has led to the social misbehaviour of an individual resulting rise in crime. To contain this behaviour, mental wellness program is inevitable to guide students on how wrong thinking will land them in problems. Quick Heal Foundation in association with Pankh has started “Argoyam Man Sampada” a mental wellness program for students to combat post covid trauma
Cyber Shiksha For Cyber Suraksha
Quick heal Foundation has collaborated with Indore City Police-Cyber Cell team committed to educate, empower and enrich the society through spreading cyber security awareness, a series of street plays in Smart City to make people aware about online security.
Inauguration ceremony took place at Ravindra Natya gruh, RNT Marg Indore on Tuesday, 26th April 2022
Quick Heal’s Arogya Yan to reach 40,000+ people from districts of Bihar
Quick Heal Foundation donated Arogya Yan to Birsa Seva Prakalp to provide basic health care for people staying within flood line of Ganga & Gandak river of Patna & Gopalganj District of Bihar
Quick Heal Foundation donates Arogya Yan to Bhayyaji Dani Seva Nyas, Malwa
To provide basic health care services to unreachable people from Dewas district of Madhya Pradesh, Quick Heal Foundation has donated yet another Arogya Yan to Bhayyaji Dani Seva Nyas, Malwa, Madhya Pradesh.
Quick Heal’s Arogya yan to serve 26 remote villages in forest area near Nagpur
Arogya Yan handed over to Jankalyankari Samiti, Nagpur, to provide healthcare relief assistance to over 1,25,000 people across 26 villages in Umred & Hingna Taluka of Nagpur districts.
Quick Heal Foundation’s Arogya Yan to serve tribes from unreachable places near Nagpur
Quick Heal Foundation has donated Arogya Yan to Jankalyankari Samiti, Nagpur.
Handover ceremony is scheduled on Thursday 3rd February 2022. The medical van will be used for providing health care facilities supported with a qualified doctor, an assistant and driver, for conducting Minor surgery, for transporting beneficiaries to hospitals or health care centres and doctor check-up rounds in villages, for conducting health camps and related activities in villages.