Army’s health camp benefits 40 women of villages along  Indo-China border

TUTING, May 28: Spear Corps, organised a health check-up-cum-awareness camp for the benefit of residents of various vibrant villages along the borders in Upper Siang district on Tuesday to commemorate International Action Day for Women’s Health.

A series of health initiatives, including medical examinations, consultations with health advisors and educational sessions on various health topics by a team of doctors, specifically tailored to address unique health challenges faced by women in remote locations.

About 40 women of Gelling, Norbuling and Bona villages benefitted from the event reflecting commitment of Indian Army to transcend beyond its operational duties to work for greater welfare of border villagers, known as sentinels in this sensitive border state of Arunachal Pradesh, according to an official release.

AONS add: Tuting town, situated on the bank of Siang River, is 34-km south of Line of Actual Control.

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