Swasth Aspataal – A Video Volunteers Initiative To Fix Our Hospitals | Healthcare in India


Swasth Aspataal is an initiative by Video Volunteers to report on and fix the healthcare system of our country. Most of the primary health centres and other healthcare facilities in rural India are in urgent need of funding. The infrastructure for healthcare is crumbling and the nearest healthcare for every rural Indian lies several kilometres away - at the district hospital. The government-run district hospitals are in no great shape either and there is always shortage of staff, beds, medical equipment etc. Most of these shortcomings were exposed during the COVID-19 waves in India.

Follow this page to get latest updates on hospitals, primary healthcare centres and Impacts created by Community Correspondents to fix these issues.

The torch bearer of rights for marginalized tribals of Odisha

/ March 29, 2023

If you ask Video Volunteers’ Community Correspondent Bideshini Patel to rate her childhood on a scale of 1-10, she would probably give it a negative marking due to the neglect and abuse she faced.  But if you ask her to evaluate her professional life as an impactful journalist, resolving basic...

Fighting for Change: The Story of Bihar-Based Journalist Amir Abbas

/ March 23, 2023

  Inspiration can come from many sources, but one of the most powerful is seeing someone walk the path before you. Our Community Correspondent, Syed Amir Abbas found his inspiration in Stalin K., the founding director of Video Volunteers. “I met Stalin at VV’s national meet in 2017 and I...

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