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Hyderabad: MAK Projects, a premier Infrastructure, Housing Development Company, today organized a Blood Donation and Health checkup Camp in association with Apollo Hospitals & Red Cross Society at Banyan Tree Retreat, Tummaluru Village, Ranga Reddy District. The Camp was inaugurated by Shri.
Konda Vishweshwar Reddy, MP- Chevella, Shri Teegala Krishna Reddy, MLA – Maheswaram & Mr. Mir Nasir Ali Khan, Managing Director- MAK Projects P Ltd. MAK Projects is a responsible corporate citizen and has been associated with the cause of healthy living.
Blood Donation & Health camp reiterates MAK Projects continued commitment towards the betterment of society and to create a positive change and add value to the community.
The camp was part of the Corporate Social Responsibility programme and was well attended by Employees, Workers, labour, Banyan Tree staff & local villagers. These initiatives have helped improve the health, hygiene and quality of life of people in and around The Banyan Tree Retreat, a project by MAK Projects P. ltd.
The camp provided free treatment and medication to the local villagers and advised them on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The health checkup camp had a panel of qualified doctors who examined the patients, treated them four ailments and advised them to lead a healthy life.
The participants of the camp went through a systematic process of checkups Preliminary diagnosis and consultation by the doctors who conducted check-ups for men, women & children.
During the camp, more than 250 people registered for blood donation & medical examination and treatment. Mr. Mir Nasir Ali, Managing Director, MAK Projects said we always encourage our teams to give back to the society and Blood Donation & Health checkup camp is a small step in that direction. The focus is on the all-round development of the communities around our project.
We are extremely humbled to associate with them and contribute towards the cause. By providing free medical camp, we aim to improve the health, hygiene and overall wellbeing of the people living in this area.