Govt announces logo design contest for Namma Clinics initiative

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Bengaluru, Aug 5: Logo designers and enthusiasts have been invited to submit logo designs for the State Government's Namma Clinic initiative.

Karnataka Health and Family Welfare Minister Dr K Sudhakar, who announced the contest, has stated that the winner of the contest will be awarded by Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai and himself.

Everyone interested in participating can start submitting their logo designs from August 5. Submissions continue for the next 10 days and close on August 15.

The State Government has decided to open 438 "Namma Clinics" in urban centres across the state including one each in every ward of BBMP.

The main focus of Namma Clinics is to bolster health infrastructure and make healthcare more accessible to economically weaker sections in urban areas.

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