Share and Care Children’s Welfare Society is an NGO dedicated to alleviating the cruel, inhuman effects of poverty through a process of social welfare measures and reform, involving also a variety of education and health related programs at Tiruvallur for Tribal Children.
25 children residing in the Hostel of Share and care Children’s welfare society at Katchur (Thiruvallur district) were examined by Dr K. V. Vasudharani from Vaishnavi Trust in the beginning of August, 2019. Being from tribal background, it was found that almost all children were malnourished.
After the systematic examination of the children, the dosage of Amukkara choornam (Aswagandhadhi choornam) for the children were determined by the doctor according to the age group. The Milk scheme project was officially started on 20th August, 2019. The doctor explained the importance of the dosage and the method of processing the milk to the staff and teachers of the school.
Dr. K. V. Vasudharini visits the school every week to monitor the progress and changes in the children. In addition to the malnourishment, doctor also examines and monitor the children for the presence of any other ailments time to time.
Apart from weekly check-ups, awareness programs and interactive sessions are being conducted at regular intervals for educating the children about various topic of health. “Awareness regarding menstrual hygiene”, “sanitation for all” are few among the topics discussed.
Along with the children, teachers and other staff are also being benefitted with ayurvedic intervention.
(As noted by teachers and doctor)
School management is immensely pleased with the improvements that has been observed within few weeks of administration.
- Children find the milk tasty and love to drink it.
- The children are more energetic than before.
- The appetite pattern has drastically improved among children.
- Children have bestowed with more immunity power so as to withstand common cold and fever.
- The incidence of common issues like frequent headaches, stomach aches in children are hardly reported.
- Teachers observed the children to be more active and attentive during the class hours whereas earlier children were very drowsy, tired and inattentive.
- Local PHC have recorded lesser number of children as patients after the administration of milk.
An special story!
Ashwini, a physically challenged girl having an history of epilepsy (seizures/ fits), has shown tremendous improvement after administration of our Milk scheme.
It was reported that she was very lazy and tired always. She was very poor eater.
On consuming Jeevani milk regularly, her appetite has improved a lot. She has become energetic and bright.