Health Plans From Government Of India

Health Plans From Government Of India

Health is the fundamental human right and global social goal. Health stands among the important factors that determine the presence of an individual and also the development of a nation. One can not disregard the importance of health and the power it holds over a life. 

 

But in the case of our country India, it is very unfortunate to say that the people of the nation is still not thoroughly aware of their basic rights and the informed schemes that is forged essentially for the betterment of the nation and its people.   

 

 

India is one of the most rapidly growing country, but still in the issue of healthcare, proper education, medicine, people knowledge it is still lacking back.

 

So here we are going to establish some healthcare schemes that is launched by the Government of India for inducing a healthy outlay in society. 

 

1. Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health programme basically address the main causes of mortality among the women and children. It also underlines the delay in providing better healthcare services. It also introduces a new initiative for better monitoring and management of health, initiative to address the problem related to health and comprehensive screening and intervention to tackle the ailments and disorder among children and adolescents.

 

 

2. Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK) is a very crucial initiative that is introduced for early screening and treatment of the 4 Ds in children from birth to 18 years old. These four Ds comprises of defect at birth, deficiencies, diseases and development delay which includes disability too. Early detection of any problem can help the professionals to introduce more comprehensive and cordial actions and treatment.

 

 

3. Another plan launched by the government of India is Janani Shishu Suraksha Karya (JSSK) to motivate pregnant women not to deliver at their homes but rather choose the institutional facility. This initiative hopes that every state will come forward to ensure that the benefits under JSSK are reaching to every woman in need.

 

 

4. Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojna (RSBY) is a government running health insurance programme. This is for all those who fall under the poverty line. Its basic target is to provide health insurance coverage to the unrecognised sector worker who belongs to the poor category.

 

 

Each of these schemes and many more like them, all are launched for a better India but the thing is how much of these rules are actually working or helping those in need.

 

There are numerous people who are not aware of these policies and many are those who somehow mend the good deed into their own profit. So the only question here is just making and launching the scheme is important or incorporating them in peoples’ life is needed.