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.

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Mumbai Witnessing Forced Evictions and Demolitions Repeatedly

/ May 20, 2022

The slum dwellers of Pestom Sagar Area, Chembur, Mumbai have developed some really thick resilience. Their slums have been tossed and toppled away so many times that their bitterness is turning to rage now.

Long Live ASHA workers! ASHA Worker in Murena, Madhya Pradesh Dies on Duty

/ May 19, 2022

The ASHA workers are instituted by the ‘ National Rural Health Mission.’ They are at the bottom of the pyramid - the interface between the community and Indian Public Health Delivery System, the first point of contact for millions of Indians to health care.

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