Bangalore: To commemorate International Women’s Day, Kinder Women’s Hospital and Fertility Centre, one of the leading women and child healthcare units in the city, in association with Rotary Bangalore Whitefield Central, organized a special event. The event was graced by Padma Shri Awardee Shree Saalumarada Thimmaka, one of India’s most celebrated environmentalists.
This year’s theme, DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality, calls for collective activism to create an inclusive world. Kinder Women’s Hospital and Fertility Centre observed this day with tree planting and organizing fun events.
The Chief Guest, Shree Saalumarada Thimmaka, kicked off the event by planting new trees at a designated location. The hospital also launched a healthcare package for women called “Women Wellness Package – Gift of Love” and organized various fun games and a fashion show by Mrs. India and Karnataka. Women TV anchors from Bangalore and Mrs. India Karnataka were felicitated during the event.
Speaking on the occasion, Padma Shri Awardee, Shree Saalumarada Thimmaka, said, “Women are like trees that are first planted as saplings and nurtured for years to bear the responsibility of ourselves, families, and others. On International Women’s Day, I urge everyone to embrace and nurture each other, so that we can collectively shoulder every responsibility and create an inclusive world. I thank Kinder Women’s Hospital and Fertility Centre for including me in their celebrations today and wish them the best for their continued commitment to caring for women and children.”
“At Kinder, we strive to take care of every woman and child and help them stay in the pink of their health at all times. On International Women’s Day, we pledge to provide incessant support and continue with our endeavors of offering the best healthcare services for all women and children. We are truly honored and thank our Chief Guest, Padma Shri Shree Saalumarada Thimmaka, for gracing the occasion with her presence and sharing her experiences as an Environmentalist,” shared Mr. Sudhindra Bhat, Chief Operating Officer, Kinder Women’s Hospital & Fertility Center