Allcargo’s CFS Transindia Logistics Park near JNPT conducted a free Medical Check-Up and Blood Donation Camp


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1MUMBAI: Allcargo, through its CSR initiatives has been spearheading various social programs of health care, education, natural disaster relief, women empowerment, sports and environmental sustainability across India. These initiatives are undertaken through the Avashya Foundation NGO of Allcargo. On 15th December Allcargo organized a free Medical Check-Up and Blood Donation Camp at its Transindia Logistics park CFS near JNPT in Mumbai. The camp was open to all residents in and around the JNPT region especially for Khopta, Koproli and Bhendkal villages. Sanjay Singh Yenpure, Dy Commissioner of Police, Navi Mumbai was the chief guest who inaugurated the camp.

3Over 400 residents participated in the camp, which included medical tests for hemoglobin to detect anaemia, blood sugar diabetes detection, vision tests, ENT check-up, dental screening which will also include detection for oral cancer and bone mineral density check-up. A team over 30 doctors and paramedics from Guru Krupa hospital led the camp. The blood donation drive was conducted with the support of Wamanrao Oak Raktapedhi based in Thane.

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