A healing touch

Poverty and the lack of resources prevent most people in rural India from accessing primary healthcare. But there is hope in the form of Arogya Ghar, a self-sustainable social venture by Dr Bhagwati P Agrawal. Sachin Joshi writes on how it computerised medical protocols for common and preventable ailments to make medical knowledge and primary healthcare accessible to many. Poverty prevents most people from accessing primary healthcare for common ailments and preventable diseases such as respiratory infection, reproductive tract infection, measles, malaria, pneumonia, minor injuries and diarrhoea. Though the government has instituted several healthcare programmes, these programmes have proved

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