Rotary Club of Minneapolis University
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Minneapolis University

A small and mighty group of local professionals and a global network of 1.2 million Rotarians.

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
The Graduate Hotel Minneapolis
615 Washington Avenue Southeast
Upper level
Minneapolis, MN  55414
United States of America
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October 24, 2018

guest speaker:

Dr. Kavita Sripat Agarwal, Director, Society for Integrated Development and Social Reconstruction

Combating maternal mortality in city slums


Dr. Kavita Sripat Agarwal, Director, Society for Integrated Development and Social Reconstruction (SIDSR), holds a PhD in Psychology from Allahabad University. She worked as Senior Executive Officer and Project Director at Kamala Nehru Memorial Hospital (KNMH), Allahabad, India, from 1989 to 2018. During her time at KNMH, her areas of interest included intervention planning, monitoring and evaluation of  community health programs on Maternal & Child Health, Cancer, HIV-AIDS, and Tuberculosis. After retirement, she launched SIDSR with the main focus currently on early cancer detection and tobacco cessation.

Dr. Agalwar will speak on causes of high maternal mortality in the state of eastern UP and initiatives undertaken to provide accessible and quality health care including family planning to the city slum population.  


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615 Washington Avenue S.E., Minneapolis

Washington Avenue is open for limited vehicle access. If traveling by car, take I-94 (from either direction) to the Huron Blvd. exit and turn left on Washington Avenue. Proceed to the corner of Washington and Walnut. Turn right on Walnut and an immediate left into the Graduate Minneapolis Hotel valet parking.

The Green Line is now open for service and the Graduate Minneapolis Hotel is easy to access from either downtown Minneapolis or St. Paul. Green Line trains arrive and depart every 10 minutes throughout the day. Take the Green Line to the East Bank rail stop which is less than 1 block away from the Graduate Hotel. Fare: $1.75

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