Healthcare

Two Health Centres are committed to make high quality, affordable primary healthcare accessible to the poor in a tribal area with community participation. These centres are life-saving stations in this tribal area. Read More…


Malaria being the foremost cause of mortality among under-five children, maternal mortality and morbidity, reduced productivity among the locals and highly endemic to our field area, the aggressive malaria control programme that Swasthya Swaraj runs is both clinic-based as well as community-based reaching out to the field areas with preventive and curative services. Read More...


High Prevalence of Tuberculosis with its high death rates in our block is an indicator of poor socio-economic condition of the people including those who belong to tribal communities. Read More…


Maternal Mortality in this area, is unacceptably high and child mortality is 284 per 1000 live births. 74% of Infant Mortality is neonatal deaths. Malaria in pregnancy is to the tune of 27-32% which leads to maternal and foetal complications and low birth weight amongst babies. Read More...


73% of Under Five Children are Undernourished with 15-23% being severely malnourished (SAM). This makes it essential to have decentralised, community-based therapeutic management and nutrition rehabilitation centres which will also serve as hands-on training centres for mothers and adolescent girls, the future mothers. Read More...