Distinguished voluntary services award presented to Mir

Srinagar - Distinguished voluntary services award was presented by VHAI New Delhi to A.M. Mir (IAS Retd), Executive Director J&K VHA by Dr. B.S. Garg, President, Voluntary Health Association of India for his exceptional contribution to “VHAI’s Mission of Making Health a Reality for the People of India”. The award was presented to Mir on the 38th Annual General Body Meeting of VHAI held in New Delhi. VHAI is a federation of 27 State Voluntary Health Associations, linking together more than 4500 health care institutions and grass-root level community health programmes spread across the country.

The primary objective of VHAI is to make health a reality for the people of India, by promoting community health, social justice and distribution of health services in India. VHAI is celebrating its 40th year of service to the nation this year. Earlier, Mir was awarded “Sanjay Gosh Award” by HE The Vice-President of India at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi in recognition of the excellent work done by him and his team in the field of community health.

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