ગ્રામ સેવા ટ્રસ્ટ : નહીં માનવીથી અદકેરું કાંઈ. Our mission is being fulfilled with the help and support of friends and well wishers. We request your continuous support for these activities. Celebrating 25 Years
The reward for a thing well done is to have done it. - (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
Hospital expansion from 30 bed to 100 well equipped secondary level rural hospital
Community now has increase access to low cost, good quality, rational health services and increase in health awareness leading to increase and early health seeking behaviour
Medical services and facilities developed as per the need of the community.
Our satellite centres and camps provide regular health services to very interior and remote areas
Hospital has developed as Mother and Child friendly hospital
Decreased Malnutrition in 0 to 6 year old from 75% to 35% in 101 Anganwadis in 22 villages
Safe and Institutional deliveries in villages increased from 40% to 99.5%
Social and Economical issues are also addressed
More than 1000 adolescent girls completed 6 months sewing and tailoring course.
Good collaboration with Government agencies
Self Help Groups for village women were started in 2003.
The annual free medical and surgical mega camps were organized in the interior villages of Dolvan Ta.Vyara and Vangan Ta.Vansda this year. More than 2000 patients attended the camps and about 173 were brought to Kharel Hospital for further medical and surgical management. Screening of patients and their medical and surgical management was done free of cost with the financial support of Mr.Dineshbhai Shah (USA), Ms. Sarojben Mahendra Shah and Ms. Meenaben Bipinbhai Shah (Bilimora), Mr.Sumanbhai and Ms. Urmilaben Shah, Mr.Bharatbhai & Ms. Kashmiraben Shah, Mr. Paragbhai & Ms. Jayshreeben Shah and their families.
Gram Seva conducts free eye camps every month wherein free checkups are done, free spectacles are given and free cataract surgeries are also done. Total 10 such eye camps were conducted in last 8 months, with the support of team of Rotary Eye Hospital (Navsari) and individual donors, in which 1631 patients were checked, 888 were given spectacles and 191 cataract surgeries were conducted.
Association of Indian Physicians North Ohio (AIPNO) and Rotary Club of Gandevi conducted a series of Medical and surgical camps in Gadat, Amalsad, Kharel, Abrama, Alipor, Gandevi. Shivarimal, Bardoli and Vyara. Gram Seva supported these camps by providing facilities for further medical and surgical management of all patients. A total of 105 patients were treated further at Kharel Hospital.