Hyundai Motor India releases social initiative, ‘Sparsh Sanjeevani’


Hyundai Motor India Foundation, the charitable arm of Hyundai Motor India Ltd., delivered a film on its social effort drive, ‘Sparsh Sanjeevani’. The film catches snapshots of Hyundai‘s Mobile Medical Van as it goes through rural India to expand the openness of medical care administrations for individuals in these districts.

Hyundai Motor India Ltd is an entirely claimed auxiliary of the Hyundai Motor Company settled in South Korea. It is the second-biggest car producer. Hyundai Motor India Foundation was framed in the year 2006 determined to reward society and to start Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) exercises in the space of Community Development, Health Care, Educational and Vocational Training, Environment, Road Safety, Art, Science, Technology, and so on.

Hyundai, have faith in driving significant change for society through each drive. Their endeavours draw motivation from their vision of Progress for Humanity, as they proceed in a quest for bringing smiles, prosperity, and wellbeing to individuals across India. Sparsh Sanjeevani’ has reasonably chronicled the excursion of driving a more prominent openness to quality clinical help and medical care administrations. Through this initiative, they attempt to carry more prominent wellbeing and prosperity to individuals of rural India.

Regardless of the current challenging situation, the film was shot in the Laxmangarh area of Alwar District, Rajasthan. All characters are nearby inhabitants of the town and were glad to be a part of this film. The natural resonance of the film has made a nearer association with crowds.  In the film, a lifesaving Indian therapeutic plant, prevalently known as ‘Sanjeevani’ assumes the part of a hero and narrator. The film proceeds to chronicle its excursion as a Mobile Medical Unit that connects with the hinterlands and tirelessly serves individuals and networks on the loose.  

Under the project ‘Sparsh Sanjeevani’, Mobile Chikitsa has been firming the openness of medical care administrations in the weakest networks of rural India and propelling the country’s quest for wellbeing and health for all. The clinical unit of ‘Mobile Chikitsa’ is overseen by HMIF and its accomplice NGO ‘Wockhardt’ to take into account two towns each day, focusing on 25,000 individuals, with an underlying objective of arriving at 16 towns.

To help individuals in the locale and guarantee a solid life, HMIF hailed off its first Mobile Medical Unit-‘Mobile Chikitsa’ to the Laxmangarh area of Alwar District, Rajasthan in January 2021. The Mobile Chikitsa unit is as of now covering 2 towns each day through a fixed program and administration of around 100 patients. It has been planned on comparable lines and will support regions where there are no medical care facilities.

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