Good health a real wealth!

One of the biggest challenges to improving health is access to primary health care.

Further, according to the Indian Government’s health and family welfare statistics, a major part of available healthcare is concentrated in urban areas, leaving the rural population under-served.

The difficulty in accessing good healthcare spurs a higher incidence of diseases.

This means that the rural poor tend to get sicker more often and more seriously than their urban counterparts.

Diseases that could have been caught at the primary stage are often in their secondary or tertiary stages before the patient even begins treatment.

The cost of this secondary or tertiary treatment is often out of their means, leading to the patient and the family becoming even poorer.

We run Medical Camps. Arranging about two to three medical camps every year for
diagnosis of different diseases. Such camp was last organized in Dediapada.