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'Spandanam' bags best public health project award

Thiruvananthapuram, Feb 15 (UNI) ‘Spandanam’, the Ayush public health project implemented by the Kozhikode district panchayat has bagged the first prize at the LSG leaders meet, held in connection with the maiden International AYUSH Conclave, here on Friday.
The project aims at treating autism and growth disabilities in kids.
While 'Harikiranam,' a project implemented by the Kattippara Grama Panchayat in Kozhikode, which is meant for securing the health of tribals and Jyothirgamaya Balya a project for kids’health and safety by Nedumangad block panchayat shared the second prize.
Also the cancer awareness project named Vision 2019 by the Harippad block panchayat of Alappuzha district along with Santhwana Souhridham a project implemented for the well being of the tribal community in Meenangadi Gram panchayat in Wayanad district shared the consolation prizes.
A dozen projects competed for the Best public health project award in the meet, which was attended by leaders of various local self-governing bodies.
These projects were screened and selected from two zones each consisting of seven districts. Eight projects from Ayurveda and four projects from homeopathy were presented in the meet.
Sneha Sparsham a palliative care project of Thrissur corporation, Navaneetham a project meant for the school going kids of Trivandrum district panchayat, Udayakiranam by the Idukki Block panchayat, and Snehadhara project were the eight projects that competed in the Ayurveda section.
Punarjani a project seeking the possibilities of homeopathy in ailing cancer patients, women friendly project Seethalayam by the Kannur district panchayat, Swasthyam project by the Kollam district panchayat were the different projects that competed in the Hoemopathy section.
The prizes would be given away to the winners by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan at the closing ceremony to be held on February 19.
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