The real face of Healthcare in Rural India - Where every life struggles!
India is developing at a very fast pace, it is improving day by day in each and every sector. Healthcare sector being one of them has been gifted with highly skilled doctors, advanced machines and a full-fledged five star hotel treatment to the patients, But is everyone getting benefitted?
Access to legal right in India: The core developmental challenge in Rural India
The constitution of India implicitly grants the right to legal awareness to its citizens. Paradoxically, the current state of affair with respect to knowledge about the legal framework and the basic rights associated with it, particularly in rural parts of India, can be described as appalling. With the villagers having meek to no awareness about things that they are legally entitled for, they often fail to stand up for their own cause and are forced to face unreasonable outcomes.
Spandan Society addresses the dire need of skill development in India
Unemployment is the root cause of poverty. This brings other evils like malnutrition, illiteracy, poor healthcare, etc along with it. So, dealing with the root cause of poverty has the potential to destroy other problems clinging to it. Now let us explore the reason for such enormous rate of unemployment, especially in rural parts of the country.
Malnourishment: A silent threat to rural India
As Paul Prudhomme said “You don’t need a silver spoon to eat good food.” Everyone has the right to eat well, whether they were born with a silver spoon or not.The children living in the rural parts of India are the ones born with least amount of facilities necessary to lead a normal life. Even the basic necessities of life like food, shelter, and clothes are not accessible to them.
How important is moral education in children?
The incidences of juvenile crime are increasing at an alarming rate. The cases in this category reported in 2015 by National Crime Records Bureau were 29, 49,400 and have only gone up since then. Juvenile or children under the age of 18 are behind some of the most heinous murders and gang rapes of India. Horrifying – Isn’t it?