ACCESS Health International organized a two-day training for the first batch of Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) depot volunteers at RTC Hospital, Hyderabad. This training is a part of the MoU between ACCESS Health International and the Telangana Road Transport Corporation that was signed on the 16th of June this year to strengthen the capacity of TSRTC health volunteers through comprehensive training focused on non-communicable diseases, empowering them to serve as the primary point of contact for healthcare support at each depot level.

This training focused on disease prevention and health promotion, equipping participants with essential knowledge and skills for adopting healthy behaviours. This training is to enable them to become the catalyst for change and will empower them to exert a positive impact on their colleagues.

The first batch of trainees represented three regions of the state, and the inaugural ceremony was graced by the esteemed presence of Dr Reddy, Senior advisor along with Dr Sangram Patil, IPS, Joint Director, TSRTC, and Dr Krishna Reddy Nallamalla, President (Asia) from ACCESS Health International. The inauguration of the training session was graced by the presence of Dr Shailaja Murthy, CMO and Superintendent (RTC Hospital) and Dr P Srinivas, Senior Medical Officer (RTC Hospital).

The dignitaries acknowledged the pivotal role that volunteers will play in building a healthy community of TSRTC employees. The event proved to be an exceptional learning experience and will act as a significant step toward nurturing a healthy TSRTC community.

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