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Initially the area of operation was limited to the state of Madhya Pradesh but since July 2008 it has been extended up to the Nation. We have, recently completed five years of delivering the Primary health care services in the Nation. We have successfully completed our work through 12Mobile Medical Unit at 12 Blocks at 07 Districts in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The project was extended twicely.

Now our’s organization is running again Primary health services through 23 Mobile Medical Unit in Districts Jhabua , Alirajpur, Chhatarpur, Sagar, Tikamgarh and Satna in the state of Madhya Pradesh from Feb 2012. We have already expanded our field of working in Uttar Prdesh from Dec 2010 by running MMUat 32 blocks covering all four Districts of Uttar Pradesh i.e Hamirpur, Sonbhadra, Mirzapur and Candolli. Since November 2012, our organization is providingprimaryhealth care services through 12 MMU in 11District of Chhattisgarh. The first MMU was inaugurated by the Honorable Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Dr. Raman Singh on 19th Nov. 2012. We are having the well furnished District office and specialized human resources at each District of Project area in Chhattisgarh. CAMP is having privilege to work with Government, Semi – Governemt and Private sector. Also running 7 Mobile hospitals in hard to reach areas of Uttrakhand.

At Shahdol district of Madhya Pradesh we are delivering health care services with support from RELIANCE FOUNDATION & RIL and also worked with Chutka Atomic Power Project, Nuclear Power Corporation of India LTD and was Operationlized Mobile Health services for population residing in the Project are ai.e Narayanganj block of Mandla District of M.P. Here we are delivering Primary Health Services with the support of Medical & Para- Medical staff team. We expanded our reach by delivering Mobile Medical Unit services in the state of Odisha. As on date, we are running 38 Mobile Medical Units in Sundargarh, Jharsuguda and Angul districts of Odihsa. We are providing services at the door- steps in the project area.

The aim is to provide preventive, promotive and curative health services to populations in interior areas, under- served by existing public and private health facilities and support district health authorities in tackling epidemics. Key objectives of the Mobile Hospitals are to provide regular primary health services in underserved villages/regions and to improve uptake of curative and preventive health services such as immunization, antenatal and post natal care, and general OPD services, in various key location like Haat Bazaar, remote villages, Chaupals, Panchayat events etc. with the aim of reducing the incidence of common illnesses and awareness generation for heathy and hygienic life style.