PwC India organises health check-up camp for underprivileged kids

Organised by philanthropic arm PwC India Foundation, the mobile healthcare van visited DLF Cyber City premises and provided free health check-up for 53 children from LEU Foundation


NEW DELHI: PwC India is devoting a week aimed at promoting Digital Literacy across its eight offices in India. To kick start the activities, a health check-up camp and hygiene awareness session for 53 underprivileged children from LEU Foundation was organised in DLF Cyber City by its charitable arm, PwC India Foundation along with its partner, Bal Umang Drishya Sanstha (BUDS).

Twenty three PwC employees also facilitated the health check-up by defining hygiene tools such as the importance of hand-washing and also organised special health-hygiene related videos, prepared games and conducted quizzes around healthy hygiene practices.

Among those present at the event were former Director General of Police Ranjiv Singh Dalal and PwC India Foundation Vice-Chairman Jaivir Singh.

Focussing on this initiative, Deputy Commissioner of Gurgaon, Vinay Pratap Singh said, “I appreciate the need identified by the PwC India Foundation and its effort in coming forward to facilitate healthcare delivery for these children.”

Speaking to the children, Jaivir Singh said, “This mobile healthcare van is our attempt to provide healthcare facilities that will bring much needed medical services to underserved communities in Delhi and Mewat. This service aims to provide prompt treatment, prevent diseases and promote healthy practices.”

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