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Satribari Hospital�s cleanliness drive

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GUWAHATI, Oct 30 � In an initiative to clean up its neighbourhood and encourage a behavioural change among the citizens towards hygiene and sanitation, the Satribari Christian Hospital initiated a cleanliness drive in the city recently. Over 100 volunteers of the missionary hospital including doctors and nurses participated in the exercise.

Armed with cleaning equipment such as gloves, brooms, plastic bags and face masks, the volunteers took to the streets and cleaned the entire Satribari stretch starting from Himatsingka petrol pump till Marwari Maternity Hospital. Through this initiative the hospital also aims to acknowledge and appreciate the efforts of the sanitation workers, who work relentlessly to ensure a clean neighbourhood for citizens. Bhabesh Baruah, a student from KC Das Commerce College said �the entire Satribari stretch comprises of a school, college and hospital. It is disheartening that despite constant movement of large number of students and patients concrete measures were not being taken to clear the filth in the area. We are grateful to the hospital for taking a firm step in this direction.�

Manesh Mathew, CEO, Satribari Christian hospital who participated in the drive commented, �A significant amount of diseases could be prevented through better access to sanitation facilities and improved hygiene. This is our humble step in this direction and we are hopeful of taking this initiative forward.�

Satribari Christian Hospital is one of the oldest hospitals of this region having a rich legacy behind it. Established in 1926, the healthcare brand recently organised a flood relief camp in the region,� sources added.

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Satribari Hospital�s cleanliness drive

GUWAHATI, Oct 30 � In an initiative to clean up its neighbourhood and encourage a behavioural change among the citizens towards hygiene and sanitation, the Satribari Christian Hospital initiated a cleanliness drive in the city recently. Over 100 volunteers of the missionary hospital including doctors and nurses participated in the exercise.

Armed with cleaning equipment such as gloves, brooms, plastic bags and face masks, the volunteers took to the streets and cleaned the entire Satribari stretch starting from Himatsingka petrol pump till Marwari Maternity Hospital. Through this initiative the hospital also aims to acknowledge and appreciate the efforts of the sanitation workers, who work relentlessly to ensure a clean neighbourhood for citizens. Bhabesh Baruah, a student from KC Das Commerce College said �the entire Satribari stretch comprises of a school, college and hospital. It is disheartening that despite constant movement of large number of students and patients concrete measures were not being taken to clear the filth in the area. We are grateful to the hospital for taking a firm step in this direction.�

Manesh Mathew, CEO, Satribari Christian hospital who participated in the drive commented, �A significant amount of diseases could be prevented through better access to sanitation facilities and improved hygiene. This is our humble step in this direction and we are hopeful of taking this initiative forward.�

Satribari Christian Hospital is one of the oldest hospitals of this region having a rich legacy behind it. Established in 1926, the healthcare brand recently organised a flood relief camp in the region,� sources added.