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IRCSN camps in Zhavame, Tseminyu, Kma, Medziphema
Published on 16 Mar. 2010 12:38 AM IST
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Zhavame: The Indian Red Cross Society, Nagaland State Branch (IRCSN) conducted a medical camp at Zhavame village, Phek district on March 12. The medical team consisted of Dr. Seyiekietuo, co-convenor Medical and Relief; Dr. R. Zinyu, MC member IRCSN; Dr. K. Sekhose, Dr. N. Nakhro, Dr. Shevo Hiese, junior specialist Pfutsero and nurses-Wekhrotso-ü and Ashione. The team was also accompanied by MC members and staff of IRCSN led by Abeni TCK, vice chairman; Helena Yepthomi and Viya Sekhose, MC members and Lucy Merry, APO IRCSN. The camp was opened by Abeni TCK, vice chairman and a talk on civic sense and sanitation was delivered by Dr. R. Zinyü. The team examined 176 patients and provided free medicines. Tseminyu: The Indian Red Cross Society, Nagaland State Branch (IRCSN) conducted a seminar on Red Cross Movement at Tseminyu on March 3 with Dr. R. Zinyu, MC member and Lucy Merry, APO IRCSN as the resource persons. The seminar was attended by around 40 members and the resource persons highlighted the history of Red Cross Movement, Red Cross Emblem, seven fundamental principles and others. The programme was chaired by Tsonga Kath, secretary IRCS Tseminyu; Wacy Kent, EAC delivered the welcome address and Ahola Those, ADC and chairman IRCS Tseminyu urged the members present in the seminar to come forward to join hands to serve the people. Vote of thanks was proposed by Hilo Kent, chairman Tseminyu Town Committee. KBS Kohima: The Indian Red Cross Society, Nagaland State Branch (IRCSN) conducted a basic on first aid at Khedi Baptist School (KBS), Kohima on March 11 with Dr. R. Zinyü as the resource person. According to a press note, Lucy Merry, APO IRCSN stressed on the importance of learning the art of administering first-aid in day to day life, Rokokhonuo chaired the programme while Kethosituo, headmaster KBS Kohima gave the welcome address. Further, various topics on first-aid along with demonstrations were taken up and vote of thanks was proposed by the chairperson. Medziphema: Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS), Dimapur Branch is organising free medical camp at Medziphema Town on March 20 where free medicines would be distributed with the assistance of Nagaland Medical Dealers Association. Chief Medical Officer, Dimapur would also assist the IRCS team with the malarial team, immunization team, team for tuberculosis, doctors’ team consisting of gynecologist, pediatrics, ENT, eye specialist, dentist etc. All doctors, medical dealers and members IRCS have been requested to voluntarily co-operate towards the success of the noble cause and all the villages surrounding Medziphema town to avail the benefit from the free medical camp, besides the town dwellers.

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