Today my visit to the railway station area, chirala where we are giving medical support to the tribal people for the last few months. Its actually on the outskirts of Chirala, area specially alloted to the Cementary but some tribals, specially migrants from Tamilnadu are staying there in small temporary huts besides the Cementary on the roads.
This is the area with utmost unhygienic conditions which needs necessary medical support as well as cleaning from the local Government. Till now our Nurse Mr. Raju has been running a mobile first aid service there since we have no proper place to set up a medical centre.
Lately the society people who are taking care of this place got permission from the Government to build a temporary room for the medical centre. The estimation for the construction is around 30,000 rupees and some local people are really helpful in sharing the burden of paying for the construction which is meant for the noble cause of helping poor people with proper medicine. Most propably the room will be ready by the end of this month. This would really help the people there to have a regular nurse even during the rainy season once they have this centre.
Happy news is that the people here got drinking water facility(municipal tap ) just one week back from the Government.