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  • Brahmaputra Boat Clinic In Assam Goes Solar, Powering Up Rural Healthcare

    Brahmaputra Boat Clinic In Assam Goes Solar, Powering Up Rural Healthcare

    Majuli, Assam: Sitting on her haunches, Ritumani Baruah watches the boat drop anchor and waits for its crew to set up a clinic on the shore. Twenty minutes later, she asks to see the dentist and is guided to the lower deck of the SB Nahor, a boat offering healthcare services that operates on the Brahmaputra river in Assam. She negotiates the gangp...

  • India’s Most Populous State Uttar Pradesh Spends The Least On Health

    India’s Most Populous State Uttar Pradesh Spends The Least On Health

    By Oommen C Kurian/ IndiaSpend With 200 million people, Uttar Pradesh (UP) has about the same population as Brazil; an economy the size of Qatars – which has 2.4 million people, the same as the UP town of Bijnore; per capita gross domestic product (GDP) comparable to Kenyas; and an infant mortality rate that rivals The Gambia, a poverty-ridden, p...

  • Rural Women Increasingly Accessing Government Hospitals, Shows Study

    Rural Women Increasingly Accessing Government Hospitals, Shows Study

    By Devanik Saha/IndiaSpend There was a 24 per cent rise in rural women accessing public healthcare between 2004 and 2014, according to a new report by Brookings India, a think tank, significant in a country where half the rural population uses private healthcare, which is four times costlier. Overall, there was a six per cent rise in dependence on ...

  • Most Indians Dependent On Private Healthcare, Finds Study

    Most Indians Dependent On Private Healthcare, Finds Study

    New Delhi: Households across India still overwhelmingly depend on private providers for healthcare services over public healthcare, a recent study has found. Senior Fellow at Brookings India, Shamika Ravi, found in her study “Health and Morbidity in India: 2004-2014” that as much as 75 per cent of out-patient (OPD) care in India was exclusive...

  • Training Quacks Will Help In Rural Healthcare, Says Amartya Sen

    Training Quacks Will Help In Rural Healthcare, Says Amartya Sen

    With the healthcare system not up to the mark in rural areas, Nobel laureate economist Amartya Sen today said training of quacks might help in tackling the situation.

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'Rural Healthcare' - 5 News Result(s)

  • Brahmaputra Boat Clinic In Assam Goes Solar, Powering Up Rural Healthcare

    Brahmaputra Boat Clinic In Assam Goes Solar, Powering Up Rural Healthcare

    Majuli, Assam: Sitting on her haunches, Ritumani Baruah watches the boat drop anchor and waits for its crew to set up a clinic on the shore. Twenty minutes later, she asks to see the dentist and is guided to the lower deck of the SB Nahor, a boat offering healthcare services that operates on the Brahmaputra river in Assam. She negotiates the gangp...

  • India’s Most Populous State Uttar Pradesh Spends The Least On Health

    India’s Most Populous State Uttar Pradesh Spends The Least On Health

    By Oommen C Kurian/ IndiaSpend With 200 million people, Uttar Pradesh (UP) has about the same population as Brazil; an economy the size of Qatars – which has 2.4 million people, the same as the UP town of Bijnore; per capita gross domestic product (GDP) comparable to Kenyas; and an infant mortality rate that rivals The Gambia, a poverty-ridden, p...

  • Rural Women Increasingly Accessing Government Hospitals, Shows Study

    Rural Women Increasingly Accessing Government Hospitals, Shows Study

    By Devanik Saha/IndiaSpend There was a 24 per cent rise in rural women accessing public healthcare between 2004 and 2014, according to a new report by Brookings India, a think tank, significant in a country where half the rural population uses private healthcare, which is four times costlier. Overall, there was a six per cent rise in dependence on ...

  • Most Indians Dependent On Private Healthcare, Finds Study

    Most Indians Dependent On Private Healthcare, Finds Study

    New Delhi: Households across India still overwhelmingly depend on private providers for healthcare services over public healthcare, a recent study has found. Senior Fellow at Brookings India, Shamika Ravi, found in her study “Health and Morbidity in India: 2004-2014” that as much as 75 per cent of out-patient (OPD) care in India was exclusive...

  • Training Quacks Will Help In Rural Healthcare, Says Amartya Sen

    Training Quacks Will Help In Rural Healthcare, Says Amartya Sen

    With the healthcare system not up to the mark in rural areas, Nobel laureate economist Amartya Sen today said training of quacks might help in tackling the situation.

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