Health Care

NGO in ghaziabad
health care ngo in ghaziabad

Jeevan ki umang health care ngo in ghaziabad initiated a covid relief campaign as an immediate response to spread awareness and provide support to our beneficiaries and their families. However, the pandemic also brought in the forefront several loopholes in our healthcare system. At the time of crisis, lack of healthcare facilities, trained medical staff and availability of supplies became a severe challenge for the nation and especially in semi-urban and rural areas across the country.

Job Opportunities in the Healthcare sector are increasing and there is a growing demand for qualified professionals to work in this domain. Keeping this in mind, JKU health care ngo in ghaziabad has designed Healthcare Skilling Programs to empower youth from underprivileged backgrounds and make them job ready.

While the health statistics of rural India continue to be poor, the health status and access to health for the poor in urban slum dwellers has surfaced to be equally deplorable and have less than 4% of government primary healthcare facilities.

Urban slum dwellers suffer from adverse health conditions owing to mainly two reasons –first the lack of education and thus lack of awareness; and second the unwillingness to lose a day’s wage in order to reach the nearest medical facility. Healthcare for underprivileged, which is a desperate need, thus remains unaddressed.

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The need of the hour is thus a two pronged approach – first to bring quality healthcare services to doorsteps of the needy and second to promote healthcare awareness and contemporary healthcare seeking behaviour among the underprivileged.

In such a scenario a mobile healthcare services delivery system is the most practical mechanism. And in subscription to this view, Jeevan Ki Umang Foundation has initiated the this  programme. This is a unique mobile hospital programme that seeks to address problems of mobility, accessibility and availability of primary healthcare with a special focus on children and women, in urban slums and remote rural areas.

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