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Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya urges all partners to join hands for Har Ghar Dastak campaign

Newdelhi:16/11/21:Health Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya today urged the NGOs, civil societies, and development partners to strengthen Prime Minister’s Har Ghar Dastak campaign.

Interacting with representatives of various stakeholders helping the Government in furthering the reach and coverage of COVID vaccination across the country, Dr. Mandaviya noted that Jan-Bhagidari is essential for such a mammoth exercise like India’s vaccination programme.

He said India was undeterred by COVID crisis due to the immense support of non-government organisations and civil society organisations who supplemented the efforts of the government to ensure that nobody went to sleep on a hungry stomach during the COVID lockdown.

The partners also expressed their gratitude to the Union Health Minister for the provision and supply of vaccines, information and awareness pamphlets, financial and technical resources for COVID management. Akshay Patra Foundation had distributed 50,000 Raksha kits to b

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