It is said that ‘health is wealth’ but most people don’t have the luxury to afford even primary healthcare in today’s world.
The importance of preventive health and the need for accessible healthcare was further realized during the pandemic when people from the under-privileged sections struggled to get basic healthcare when they needed it the most. Infrastructures all across the world also collapsed like a castle of cards.
Realising the need for accessible and quality healthcare for all, our campaign ‘Health Cannot Wait’ aims at providing people from the under-privileged sections with access to affordable healthcare, preventive medicine, health emergency preparedness and support at their doorstep across urban slums and rural pockets of India.
The pandemic has pushed millions of people into poverty. It has also increased the inequalities between the different sections.
Telemedicine has been gaining traction after the Government of India and the Medical Council of India released their new guidelines for the use of telemedicine during the Covid-19 pandemic.Read More
The “World Health Day” is observed on April 07 every year. One cannot help thinking of this year’s tagline “Support nurses and midwives