Consul General of Japan in Kolkata, Mr. NAKAGAWA Koichi, inaugurated a project for the provision of medical equipment in Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Matri Bhavan in Kolkata implemented with the support from the People and the Government of Japan (USD 73,562).
Inauguration Ceremony was conducted by Mr. NAKAGAWA Koichi, Consul General of the Consulate General of Japan in Kolkata, along with the representatives of the recipient organization, Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Matri Bhavan (RKSMMB) – Pravrajika Atandraprana, Assistant Secretary of Sri Sarada Math and Ramakrishna Sarada Mission, Pravrajika Anirvanaprana, Secretary of RKSMMB, Pravrajika Alokaprana, Assistant Secretary of RKSMMB, Mrs. Jhantu Dutta Choudhury – Nursing Superintendent of RKSMMB and the other guests.
With the support of the People and the Government of Japan, RKSMMB utilized the grant amount of US$ 73,562 to procure 11 advanced medical equipment such as Fully Automated Immunology Analyzer, Haematology Analyzer, Bio Chemistry Analyzer, Universal Ventilator, Multipurpose Operation Table and CO2 Insufflator through “The Project for Provision of Medical Equipment for Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Matri Bhavan in Kolkata”, under the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Project (GGP) Scheme of the Government of Japan.
According to RKSMMB, with the above mentioned advanced equipment annually approximately 76,000 women and children are expected to be directly benefitted and indirectly approximately 2,31,000 people will be benefitted.
Mr, NAKAGAWA, Consul General of the Consulate General of Japan in Kolkata expressed his deep appreciation and encouragement to RKSMMB, stating about the works of the Organization in enhancing the overall Health Infrastructure and better accessibility of essential & latest technology in medical services to the vulnerable sections of the society.
Pravrajika Alokaprana, Assistant Secretary of RKSMMB, expressed gratitude to the People and the Government of Japan and mentioned that how the modern and highly advanced medical equipment supported by GGP will support them to increase their service to provide a smooth treatment to the poor and underprivileged women and children of the society.