Rs 2,000 is all that is needed to ensure good health for women and children, including adolescent girls. You can also support healthcare of more than one member.
Despite tremendous efforts made by the government to improve the health scenario of the region, economically vulnerable section of the society remains largely excluded from the benefits of all this advancement. SWERA is working in the area of health with the objective of providing primary health care services to rural masses.
Health programme is reaching out to the target village communities through a health centre and through a network of Village Health Committees. This committee comprises of Village Health Workers, Traditional Birth Attendants and a few members of Women Health Group.
The programme has been quite successful in creating awareness about hygiene and health issues, but there is a need to focus on the problem of malnourishment among children and tuberculosis with more dedication. In case of our work on maternal and child health we have been more successful through creating and enabling environment towards institutional deliveries in the village.