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Mangaluru: Catholic Sabha Permannur conducts heath awareness programme for women


Report and pics: Stany Pinto

Mangaluru, Jul 29: Catholic Sabha Permannur unit in association with Mangalore Institute of Oncology (MIO) conducted a health awareness programme for the women on July 29 from 9am to 1pm.

The programme was formally inaugurated by lighting the lamp. Fr Stany Pinto, assistant parish priest presided over the programme. Rolph D’Costa ,p resident Catholic Sabha, central unit, Arun Monteiro, president Juze Vaz deanery, Mangaluru south, Anil Patrao, past president, Catholic Sabha central unit were present as the chief guests.

Melwin C Dsouza, vice president parish pastoral council, Ronald Fernandes, secretary parish pastoral council, Sr Anith Nathaliya, HM St Sebastian English Medium school, Sr Sevrin Fernandes, HM Holy Angels School, Sr Lenita, Nirmala Health centre, Alfred D’Souza, president Catholic Sabha Permannur unit, Navin Felix D’Souza,  secretary Permannur Catholic Sabha unit, Sr Carmin Misquith, Supreior Bethany convent, Pramila D’Souza were present on the dais.









































The main focus of the programme was to create health awareness on cancer and other diseases among the women. Dr Suresh Rao, Dr Krishna Prasad and Dr Lal from Mangaluru Institute of Oncology animated the session and gave valuable inputs. This was conducted under cancer awareness and education program initiative.

During this programme there was also an awareness session with regard to the government facilities available to women. This input session was conducted by Anupama, resource person from minority department.

During the program the Catholic sabha Permannur unit felicitated Ashvia anna Lasrado the newly elected YCS central council president and Noel D’Souza the newly elected vice president ICYM central council Mangaluru diocese and wished them well.

Joslin D’Souza compered the programme, Alfred D’Souza president Catholic Sabha Premannur unit welcomed the gathering and Melwin C D’Souza proposed the vote of thanks.

More than 350 women took part in this awareness session.

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  • Max E Rasquinha, Mangalore - Houston/Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.

    Sun, Jul 29 2018

    First of all, I am not aware of the place called "Permannur". I have never heard of this place, and I have never been anywhere close to this place, hence I am innocently ignorant. However, I am very pleased that the Permannur Parish is creating an effort to provide a special awareness towards women and their health care. Women deserve our best attention and dedication because each and every woman is giving so much to the household, specially towards their husbands. I have my dear partner for fiftyfive years without whose support I would have been dead long time ago. I am handicapped for the past nine months with a fractured leg, and my help has been a tremendous help and support for me, day and night, with utmost focus on her husband. What a lovely gift on earth that God can give to a man of the house with so much of devotion, love and care. Thank you, God, for giving us such a lovely gift in life within the four walls of our dear home. Myself and my two sons will ever remain grateful for the best and valuable gift that has been bestowed upon us.

    We would like Permannur Parish to rise to the occasion of honoring the women every now and then so that the Parish comes forward with something special in dedication to all the women. In the audience that we witness in the pictures, there are more women than the men, and that was surprising. Men should come forward and initiate many more projects in honor of the women. Women in India are very "forward looking". They are well educated. They are very affectionate and they are very energetic as well. May God take good care of all our women.

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