Indian Public Health Standards & Right to Health: A Case Study of Raga Primary Health Centre
Amongst the various persisting health problems in India, one of the most pressing – both as a public health and as a human rights issue – is the lack of equal access to basic healthcare facilities. Despite a considerable progress, newly introduced government programmes and schemes in the recent years, India continues to face numerous structural public health problems all throughout the nation.
- To investigate access to and quality of healthcare in a highly disadvantaged region of the country
- Inequality based on gender, this fact finding report specifically looks into the quality, availability, and accessibility of maternal healthcare facilities in Lower Subansiri District, with a particular focus on the Raga Sub-District
- Inequality based on socio-economic status, this fact finding report scrutinizes public healthcare facilities, in the form of the Primary Health Centre in Raga. Primary health centres constitute the second-most decentralized form of public healthcare facilities in India