On March 18, 2023, a significant event took place in Village Kakrana, Tehsil Sondwa District Alirajpur. The inauguration program of "River Ambulance" was held, powered by Narmada Samagra. The event was graced by several dignitaries, including the
The event marked the launch of a new water ambulance service in Narmada, gifted by the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC). The new water ambulance service is set to benefit over 40 villages in the region. The initiative is a joint effort by the Narmada Samagra organization and the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC). The report further states that the water ambulance is equipped with a stretcher, oxygen cylinder, and other medical equipment to provide timely assistance to people in remote areas.
Dr. Ravinder Singh and Rajesh Jadham were introduced as the doctors who would be providing medical assistance on the water ambulance. The launch of the water ambulance service in Narmada is a significant milestone in the region's healthcare journey, and it is expected to benefit people living in remote villages and areas near the Narmada river.
The Narmada Samagra organization played a vital role in making the launch of the water ambulance service possible, and the event was a celebration of this collaboration. The launch of the water ambulance service is a testament to the power of innovation and the commitment of various organizations towards the welfare of the people.
Speaking about the launch of the water ambulance, Mr. Rajesh Dave, President of Narmada Samagra, said, "The launch of the water ambulance service is a significant step towards providing better healthcare facilities to people living in remote areas. This initiative will help save lives and improve the quality of healthcare services in the region."
The water ambulance service is expected to be a game-changer for the people living near the Narmada river, who have limited access to medical facilities. The service will also cater to emergency medical needs, especially during the monsoon season, when many villages in the region get cut off due to floods and heavy rains.
The launch of the water ambulance service is part of a larger initiative by the Narmada Samagra organization to improve healthcare infrastructure in the region. The organization has been working tirelessly to provide better healthcare facilities to people living in remote areas and has launched several other initiatives in the past, such as mobile medical vans and telemedicine services.
In conclusion, the launch of the water ambulance service in Narmada is an essential step towards enhancing the region's healthcare infrastructure. The event was a significant milestone, and it is hoped that this initiative will inspire other organizations to come forward and contribute towards building a healthier and more prosperous India.