Primary Healthcare services in villages of India is still not easily accessible and affordable. Shortage of medical supply and professional help are the two main reasons of it. Sanjivani Health and Relief Committee (SHRC) was started in 2005 to address this issue in the villages of Gujarat.
Programs: i) Rural Healthcare Services for monthly medical assistance and medical supply to beneficiaries. ii) Mobile medical van. iii) Sanjivani Arogya Kendra for marginalized communities in urban areas. iv) Adolescent Health Counseling. v) Skill development courses for housewives and girls. vi) Sanjivani Sanskar Dham is an education initiative for students of tribal families and marginalized communities in rural and urban areas. vii) Manufacturing and Distribution of Sanitary Napkins.
Outcome of services offered: Primary Medical Care provided to 135,770 beneficiaries; 1010 villages covered under the Mobile Medical Van; 900+ students educated under Sanjivani Sanskar Dham per year; etc.
Income Rs5 cr
Expense Rs3 cr
Source : Audit Report 2019
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