Many people in India, especially the poor, face the problem of seeking effective health care at a cost they can afford, and at a distance they can travel, and with a dignity that they deserve. They make compromises depending on the situation: either with cost, or quality, or dignity. In many cases, families shop for … Continue reading Why is primary health care the best approach for future of health care in India?
Kalia Phala is a remote hamlet in Manpur village, about 100 kilometers south of Udaipur city. Small landholdings and dependence on rains force many young men to migrate to Ahmedabad and other cities in Gujarat for their livelihoods. Since most are poorly educated, they engage in manual, unskilled work. They migrate alone, leaving their wives, … Continue reading Children, like flowers, bloom with care. Many languish without care.