Health is a productive asset that influences economic growth significantly. According to the National Health Policy 2001 the morbidity & mortality levels in the country are still unacceptably high. We recognize that attainment of health indicators have been very uneven across the rural-urban divide. Access to public health services is nominal and health standards are grossly inadequate for the vulnerable sections of the society. The overall objectives of our health programmes have been promotion of positive health, prevention of diseases, early diagnosis-treatment and follow up of disease, and provision of healthy environment.
We have successfully campaigned in Immunization process through organizing health camps with the help of local Govt. Hospitals and the Immunization included giving up regular doses of Tuberculosis, Diphtheria, Pertussis, Polio, Measles and Tetanus to Children and pregnant mothers.
With our experience we have found that there is immense need to strengthen the Immunization process in both urban and rural areas.