AAI to organise cervical cancer screening camps

Around 7,200 underprivileged women are expected to benefit from such camps

GN Bureau | December 28, 2017


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 Airports authority of India’s women welfare association, Kalyanmayee, will be organising a series of cervical screening camps for underprivileged women in 12 cities in the next three years. AAI has allocated Rs 1.38 crore for this.

Kalyanmayee will be organising screening camps at Delhi, Lucknow, Varanasi, Mumbai,   Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Kolkata, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Coimbatore in   northern, western, eastern and southern regions, respectively. Around 7,200 underprivileged women are expected to benefit from such camps.
 
As part of corporate social responsibility, AAI has taken   several   steps   to   sustain   and   empower   under-privileged   communities   near   its airports and provide necessary help in socio-economic development.
 
AAI is working in health, sanitation, paper recycling, towards encouraging rural sports and education & skill development.   
 

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