OIL Signs MoU for extending its CSR Project ‘SPARSHA’ a Mobile Healthcare Service

By Sarkaritel May 31, 2016 09:49

OIL Signs MoU for extending its CSR Project ‘SPARSHA’ a Mobile Healthcare  Service


Duliajan, May 31, 2016: OIL signed a significant MoU with St. Luke’s Hospitals & Piramal Swasthya Management & Research Institute for two years, to conduct the mobile healthcare project, “SPARSHA” on 30th May 2016. The two experienced agencies as part of the MoU will extend the Mobile healthcare Services to Dibrugarh, Tinsukia & in newly formed Charaideo districts of Upper Assam and in Miao & Manabhum areas of Arunachal Pradesh. The Mobile Healthcare Services of OIL have always been one of the most significant CSR activities of the Company. The MoU comes with a wider scope of extending primary health care service to OIL’s operational areas.

The MoUs have been signed by Shri Pranjit Deka, GM (Public Affairs), OIL in presence of Shri J K Borgohain, RCE, OIL, Shri C Bose, ED (Production Project) & Chairman OIL’s internal CSR Committee and Shri C Pal, GM (Finance & Accounts). On behalf of Piramal Swasthya Management & Research Institute, Shri Mahesh Deori, Head (Assam Operations) and for St. Luke’s Hospitals N C Das, Administrator and Rev. Pradip Kawah, Administrator signed the MoUs.

Project Sparsha will target to conduct around 3,500 (three thousand five hundred) camps screening 6,00,000 (six Lakh) patients in two years in OIL’s operational areas.

From 1st of  June 2015 to 31st March 2016, OIL under Project Sparsha had conducted a total of around 1375 nos. of camps screening around 1,84,000 patients in various interior villages of OIL’s operational areas where accessibility of primary healthcare is a challenge.

Key highlights of the MoU:

  • Number of camps in Dibrugarh & Tinsukia will be 12 per week per district
  • Charaideo district of Upper Assam and Miao & Manabhum areas in Arunachal Pradesh will have 6 camps per week
  • Primary healthcare targeting 175 patients per camp by a team of doctors and paramedics
  • Facility of ambulance equipped with medical equipment
  • Tie up with govt. hospital for referrals

Distribution of free generic medicines

By Sarkaritel May 31, 2016 09:49