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Contact First: Obangjungla

Contact Last:Obangjungla

Project Title: Awareness and Sensitization Programme on “Ear & Hearing” and “Safe Listening” at Noklak, Nagaland: India






SEAR: India


Event Purpose: World Report on hearing-related activities, Awareness-raising, Hearing screening

Primary Audience: Policymakers, General public, Children, Adolescents, Adults, Older adults

Estimated In Person Reach: Local

Audience Reached: General Public, Children and adolescents, Adults, Older adults

Specific Workplace: No

Screen Newborn and Infant: None

Screen Children and Adolecents:

Screen Adults:

Screen Older Adults:

Policy Maker: 1. Deputy Commisioner 2. Additional Deputy Commissioner 3. Superintendent of Police 4. District Education Officer 5. District Social Welfare Officer 6. Church Leaders (Pastors) 7. Media Officer


Traditional Media:

Traditional Media Numbers:

Social Media: Facebook, Youtube

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Event Description:

2 Days Screening & Sensitization Awareness Camp for Ear & Hearing and Safe Listening conducted on 23-24 February at Noklak district of Nagaland,India.1) 1 ENT Specialist & 1 Audiometrist was outsourced from Dimapur district,Nagaland,India as there is no specialty in Noklak.2)Due to the bad road condition,the team traveled 14 hrs by road to reach Noklak from Dimapur.3)All the travel expenses, fooding and lodging, Honorarium borne by me, Dr.Obangjungla without any financial support from others.On 3rd March, World Hearing Day was observed at Bautung Higher Secondary School,Longleng,Nagaland India

WHO Educational Materials Used: Yes

Native Written Language: Ao

Educational Materials Available in Your Language: No

Did You Translate WHO Materials: No

Would You Consider Assisting Us: Ao, Lotha, Angami, Sumi, Chokri, Sangtam, Zeliang, Yimkhiungrü, Chang, Khiamniungan, Konyak, Rengma, Phom

What Additional Materials Would Be Helpful:

We have 13 major tribal languages in Nagaland, India. So, translation of WHO materials into these languages will be very helpful to the communities.

Did You Have A World Hearing Day Event Last Year: No

Other Suggestions:

Program implementation should be according to need base. In places where there is no proper health care services with no ENT specialist, is totally different from a developed place where all the facilities and specialist are available.

Did You Apply for Grant:Yes we applied, but were not awarded the grant

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Photo 1 caption A brief report on the Awareness and Sensitization Programme on “Ear & Hearing” and “Safe Listening” held on 23rd-24th February, 2022 at Noklak, Nagaland: India

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Photo 2 caption Dr Obangjungla speaking at the event of World Hearing Day 3rd March 2022 under the theme: “To hear for life, listen with care” observed at Bautung Higher Secondary School, Longleng district, Nagaland India and was attended by 210 students.

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Photo 3 caption Dr Obangjungla speaking at the Awareness & Sensitization Program at Noklak district, Nagaland, India conducted with the policy makers and government officials.

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