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Musheerabad: International Women’s Day is a time to pause, reflect and appreciate as to how much has been done and what more needs to be done in the field of gender equality. Musheerabad organized fun and entertainment events, chaired by Dr Annie Thakore, Hospital Administrator and anchored by Mr D Venu Gopal.
Vizag: Events were organized at Bullayya College, AS Raja College (SVVVPVMC Degree College) and Axis Bank. Senior gynecology and internal medicine consultants spoke on cervical cancer, the most common women’s cancer but preventable. The talk also included screening methods and general women’s health. Students were also made wise on healthy food habits and lifestyle.
Nagpur: Dr Rita Bhargava inaugurated a week-long program which included games and competitions for women, such as musical chairs and mehendi.
Nampally: CARE Nampally celebrated the spirit of womanhood with week-long activities, including games like carrom, throwball, lemon and spoon race, rangoli competition, flower decoration, tambola, musical chairs, etc. The grand finale was attended by women Consultants, associates and children from CARE Nampally creche.
Bhubaneswar: All the women associates participated in the event. The housekeeping staff were greeted with gifts, flowers and cake. The event was organized by male associates!
Surat: Gynecologist Dr Kairavi Desai conducted a mega camp. Her mother Dr Jagruti Desai, a leading gynecologist, also attended.