- Sujal Pradhan, NET Correspondent, Sikkim
Volunteering time to support a cause helps to refine our life, familiarize selves with the neighbourhood, thereby introducing us to ideas having a lasting good impact on our outlook.
Although, very few people consider giving back to society, but a retired teacher from Sikkim – Dadhi Ram Nepal undertook this initiative and recently arranged a 3-days long medical camp at Tumin Dhanbari Ward and Patuk Kokaley Primary School.
Organized and sponsored by the teacher himself, this endeavour aimed to give back to the school & society where he spent his teaching career.
The three-day free medical camp served around 200 people from the surrounding area.
During the free medical camp, two acclaimed homoeopathic and acupressure experts also educated the public on the disciplines of acupressure, homoeopathy, and yoga, and urged them to undertake the recommended medications and therapies with great care.
Besides, the Camp was also graced by area in-charge, Samdup Bhutia and other dignitaries.
According to Nepal, this free medical camp was a “simple gesture” and an attempt to deliver healthcare sector to people’s doorstep. He also thanked the visiting doctors and everyone engaged in the organizing the camp.