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12 January 2012

MPJ holds Health Rights Workshop in Yavatmal and Akola

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Movement for Peace & Justice (MPJ) Mahrashtra recently held a workshop and press conference regarding 'Health Rights for All' in Yavatmal and Akola on January 7-8, 2012.

Nearly 35 to 40 members attended in Yavatmal and 60 to 65 members in Akola. In both places workshop was conducted for preparation on Health Right campaign, and finally there was planning and strategy meet among MPJ members. 

A survey will be conducted in district hospitals,taluka and PHC hospitals. A complaint center will be made available in course of campaign outside these hospitals. For awareness campaign pamphlets, posters, display boards, SMS, use of local cable TV and media, corner meets and jan-sabhas will be conducted in various places. MPJ cadres will make micro planing at their relevant places before January 15, 2012. Similar meets were also held in Jalna, Parbhani and Nanded.

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