Hoshivi Inato Trustee for Rural and Indigenous People Development Agency, and Chikhu Ghakhu Society (HIT’S-RIPDA and CGS) inaugurated a poly clinic, veterinary public health and agri-business poly clinic (VPH-ABPC) at Lhomithi-Sematila colony near Pranabananda Women’s College junction on February 18.
The first of its kind, the poly clinic has a unique facilities equivalent to human nursing home in the state with full time services providing wide range of facilities in the clinic under the supervision of qualified and experienced doctors and home call facilities.
The clinic was inaugurated by assistant general manager SBI, Regional office, Ashok K. Das and dedicated by pastor Sumi Baptist Church, Rev. Inaho G. Swu.
DAO, PD-ATMA, Dimapur, N. Wetsah in his short speech appreciated the HIT’S RIPDA, one of the promising NGO, working along with ATMA and congratulated the NGO for winning the prestigious awards – ‘Best state innovative award 2010’ and ‘Best public private partnership implementing NGO in Dimapur district 2010’.
Founder director, Dr. H. Inato Jimomi highlighting the vision and various activities undertaken by the society said it was the model of the NGO to bring about social, economic, moral and educational transformation in Naga society in particular and the unprivileged section of the society in general.
Meanwhile, a one day free anti-rabies vaccination and health care camp was jointly organized with ATMA Dimapur and about 350 pets/dogs and other live stocks were vaccinated and treated free of cost.
According to HIT’s-VPH-ABPC, the clinic provides free consultancy to the rural farmers and providing free piglets to the adopted villages and SHG’s on first come basis on fulfillment of the guidelines laid down by the society.