PHCs upgraded
OPD consultations


Primary healthcare constitutes 80% of all healthcare services accessed by individuals throughout their lives. Comprehensive primary care services alleviate the burden of disease and out-of-pocket health expenses by facilitating early detection, prevention, treatment, community-based care, and health promotion.

Our Primary Healthcare Services aim to fortify public health infrastructure, enhancing accessibility and quality of primary healthcare for economically disadvantaged rural households. Informed by the lessons of the COVID-19 pandemic, which underscored the critical role of a robust public health system in ensuring equitable health access, our strategy aligns with the national health mission agenda, universal health coverage priorities, and UN sustainable development goals.

Key Issues

Numerous Primary Health Centers lack sufficient facilities to deliver comprehensive primary care, encompassing outpatient, diagnostic, pharmacy, and referral services.

In India, approximately 50% of health expenditures are financed through out-of-pocket payments.  


Alignment with UN SDGs

All our work in the area of healthcare aligns with the following United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:

SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being

SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals

Our Initiatives

Collaborating with the District Public Health Administration, we are upgrading Primary Health Centers (PHCs) by enhancing eight key parameters: diagnostic services, pharmacy management, labour room facilities, staff capabilities, patient management technology, emergency case stabilization, water and power supply, and bio waste management. The improvements aim to bolster outpatient and emergency care services effectively.


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