Our Work

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  • Hospital

    Community health centre in Ganiyari, which includes outpatient services, inpatient ward, operating theatre complex, low cost pharmacy, & diagnostic laboratory

  • Community Health

    Strengthening Primary Care in an Underserved, Difficult to Access Terrain across 70 tribal villages

  • Phulwari (CRÈCHES)

    A network of rural creches for children below 3 years of age to attend to their nutritional as well as developmental needs

  • Atlas of Rural Health

    Our recent book which looks at health and illnesses via a lens of socio-economic and political forces. A must read for those interested in access to health care, development, poverty and policy issues.

Jan Swasthya Sahyog – Part 1

This is a documentary that was aired on national television in India about the challenges faced and work done by a group of doctors in rural tribal India.

Health Stories from Rural India – A review of Atlas of Rural Health in The Hindu ePaper

“The book provides a fresh way of looking at the health scenario in India. With a combination of narratives, science and data, and priced at Rs400, it is a much needed interevention, especially in times when the buzzwords are privatisation and public-private-parternships rather than public health.“, writes Jyotsna Singh in this review of Atlas of Rural Health.
Click Here to read the complete article on The Hindu ePaper.
Read more about the book here.