Jan Sewa Foundation

Jan Sewa Foundation helps people by providing quality eye and ear healthcare services. In last few years of its existence, Jan Sewa Foundation has treated more than 10,000 people.  Jan Sewa Medical Camp is like a one-stop centre because of participations of medical specialists and doctors to conduct the check-up and give their expert opinion. All these services are provided free to the really deserving.

Ashok Goel, SpokesPerson, BJP Delhi & President, Jan Sewa Foundation believes that the sole meaning of life is to serve humanity. Understanding this meaning, Jan Sewa Foundation’s medical camp initiative is to provide healthcare services, without any charges to thousands of patients, who cannot afford to arrange for their treatment by super specialist doctors. Customized eye and ear health camps are organized extensively in Model Town every month offering comprehensive health services – curative and preventive to a large number of people. We also provide free medicines to needy people in the camp.”

In last few years of its existence, till date we have treated more than 10,000 people.

Medical Camp - June 2017

Jan Sewa Foundation in association with Rajasthan club organized a free medical camp on 4th June 2017 at Sangam Park, Delhi.  The camp receieved overwhelming, hundreds of people were benefitted from this camp.

Details of the medical camp are mentioned below:

OPD : 820 patients were provided with OPD Facility.

Medicines : 720 people were provided with free medicines.

Spectacles: 448 people were given free spectacles.

Hearing Diagnosis: 22 patients were selected for Hearing Diagnosis

Hearing Aid: 45 patients were provided with free Hearing Aids.

Medical Camp - July 2017

Jan Sewa Foundation organized an eye and ear Medical Camp at Community Centre, Mubarikbad, MCD Colony, near Model Town Police Station, Delhi on 2nd July 2017 (Sunday). In this camp, we also selected patient who will be receiving free of cost Cataract Operations.

Details of Medical camp are mentioned below:

Spectacles: 364 patients were provided with free spectacles.

Medicines: 590 patients were provided with free medicines.

OPD:  630 patients were provided with free OPD facility.

Hearing aids: 29 patients were provided with free Hearing Aids.

Cataract Operation: 25 patients selected for the cataract operation.