Sunday, January 29, 2023

Ehunnu and Kandinu get PHCs


Advisor Animal Husbandary & Veterinary Services and Women Resources Development, R Khing inaugurated two Primary Health Centres (PHCs) at Ehunnu and Kandinu in Tseminyu district on Thursday in the presence of Director (Dental), Health & Family Welfare, Nagaland, Dr. Theyiephrezo Khimiao.
Speaking at the inaugural function at Kandinu, Khing said that by providing better health care facilities, it has been the top most priority of the UDA government in the state. He was optimistic that the two newly created PHCs, which have been upgraded from Sub Centres would benefit the people of the respective areas.
Khing also called upon the people to make the best use of the health care facilities being provided by the government.
Speaking on the occasion, director (Dental) Health & Family Welfare, Dr. Theyiephrezo Khimiao, urged the gathering to utilise the centres for their well-being and assured to take up the matter to the higher authority in regard to the requirement of manpower for two PHCs.
Dr. Khimiao also called for placing proper land pattas for expansion of the health centre in future and urged them to contribute and cooperate for the growth and development of the village.
Director NSTFDC Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India, Johnny G. Rengma and deputy commissioner Tseminyu, Dr. Zasekuolie Chusi also spoke at the programme.
Earlier, the inauguration of PHC at Ehunnu was led by M.O. PHC Chunlikha, Dr. Cheyale Kath, while pastor, Ehunnu Baptist Church, Kekhimo Kath pronounced the prayer.
In the second inauguration at Kandinu, Ayush, PHC Kandinu, Dr. Felicita Magh led the function while pastor, Kandinu Baptist Church, Paul Kath, offered a dedicatory prayer.
The main function was held at Kandinu PHC wherein senior medical officer Tseminyu, Dr. John Kent chaired the programme, welcome note was delivered by general secretary Kandi Public Union, Hethinon Mesen, while vote of thanks was proposed by chairman, Village Health Committee, Khunenchi Apon.
Folk dance and folk songs were presented by Kandinu Youth Organization and Sishunu Kepvünyi Zi while a special song was also presented by Anensa Kath.
The programme concluded with a prayer by asst. pastor Sishunu Baptist Church, Mehaimo Kath.

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