700 million people live in rural areas where the condition of medicalfacilities are generally deplorable. Many backward and remote areas in our country lack basichealth care infrastructure, limiting access to health services, and causing susceptibility to epidemics, terminal, and short-term illnesses, and natural-disaster related maladies to skyrocket. Considering this grim picture, there is a dire need for the introduction of novel practices and procedures, and improved medical infrastructure, to ensure
that healthcare and treatment of a respectable standard promptly reaches the deprived corners of Indian villages.Interventions of Rehab India Foundation in the healthcare sector are therefore aimed at ensuring long-term, positive impact within marginalised populations, especially women and girls. We work towards strengthening the Government’s healthcare delivery system. We also attempt to reach out to the mostbackward and impoverished people in remote areas.