Ministry of Health wins award at Trade Fair 22

Ministry of Health wins award at Trade Fair 22

New Delhi, Nov 29: The pavilion of Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has been awarded for “Outstanding Contribution towards Public Communication and Outreach” at the 41st India International Trade Fair 2022 held at Pragati Maidan, this week. The health pavilion was one of the most popular pavilions at the trade fair with a huge daily footfall over the fortnight starting 14th Nov, 2022.

The Health Pavilion was the centre of various screenings, counseling in different public health issues, along with imparting of skills such as life-saving skills by experts, in the main venue and three off-site camps at Pragati Maidan.

As many as 37,887 screenings, investigations, counseling and trainings were conducted at the pavilion. Blood pressure and blood sugar had the highest number of screenings at 4990 and 4356, respectively. Nearly 5530 visitors visited the NHA counter where 1110 visitors got their ABHA cards and benefits of getting ABHA ID were also provided. 2920 visitors were counseled on TB prevention and management, and many pledged to become Ni-kshay Mitras.

More than 2000 visitors were imparted life-saving skills, while 2616 got their eyes checked up, and 2371 benefitted from oral check-up. Close to 2000 were provided physiotherapy, whereas nearly 2000 benefitted from anemia testing and subsequent counseling on healthy eating habits to address it.  

Approximately 1798 were counselled for NACO and nearly 441 had HIV tests conducted. Anemia Mukt Bharat stall witnessed an inflow of 2408 testing for hemoglobin. Around 1653 were sensitized on vector control, and nearly 810 people got counselling on varied aspects of mental health encompassing concerns amongst children, elderly needs, and work stress.

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare’s pavilion successfully engaged the audience and disseminated information by way of organizing quiz competitions on TB, No Tobacco, Vector-borne diseases, and non-communicable diseases. Daily nukkad nataks enthralled the visitors on an array of topics encompassing themes such as prevention from vector-borne diseases, awareness regarding HIV/AIDS and addressing stigma attached to it, availing of benefits of different schemes of Government for testing and treatment of TB, and enthusing visitors to pledge organs.

The pavilion hosted magic shows and organized drawing and quiz completion for school-going children for awareness on emerging issues such as pollution, healthy eating, healthy lifestyle etc.  

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