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Healthcare in India

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A reality check on the healthcare situation in India and how innovative models can make it happen for rural and urban poor alike.

Healthcare in India

  1. 1. Healthcare in India A GRIM REALITY
  2. 2. Over 1.25 million children die annually in India.
  3. 3. Diseases such as dengue fever, hepatitis, tuberculosis, malaria and pneumonia continue to plague India
  4. 4. 58% of children have not completed their immunization schedule and 14% have not received a single vaccine
  5. 5. 48% of all children have stunted growth due to malnutrition.
  6. 6. 45% Indian women are married before they turn 18 resulting in early pregnancies, higher morbidity and mortality rates.
  7. 7. 12 million girls were aborted in the last three decades in India
  8. 8. 50% of all villagers have no access to healthcare providers.
  9. 9. Infrastructure like hospitals, roads, water and sanitation are lacking in rural areas
  10. 10. About 70 per cent of our doctors live in urban India, whereas 70 per cent of our citizens live in rural India.
  11. 11. Situation for Urban Slum dwellers is worse
  12. 12. Government spending on healthcare is grossly inadequate. 39 million people are forced into poverty because of medical expenditure.
  13. 13. For the underprivileged survival is a struggle – basic Healthcare doesn’t figure in the scheme of priorities
  14. 14. Need of the hour… An innovative and practical solution
  15. 15. SMILE ON
  16. 16. REACHING THE
  17. 17. Provides basic health services at the doorsteps of the marginalized population in urban slums and remote rural areas
  18. 18. Addresses the critical issues of accessibility and affordability of primary health care
  19. 19. Smile on Wheels launched in 2006 Smt.Sheela Dixit,Chief Minister of Delhi flagged off the first SOW
  20. 20. State of the art mobile hospital with advanced features
  21. 21. ECG Facility
  22. 22. Pathology facility
  23. 23. LCD facility to promote health awareness
  24. 24. GPS tracking
  25. 25. A professionally qualified team of medical & paramedical staff providing services Team Composition MBBS Doctor Lab Technician Pharmacists ANM Community Mobiliser Project Coordinator Driver
  26. 26. Focus on serving the marginalized particularly women and children
  27. 27. Neo natal care
  28. 28. Growth Monitoring
  29. 29. First Aid Services
  30. 30. Reaching elderly
  31. 31. Reaching the physically challenged
  32. 32. Pathology examination
  33. 33. Free distribution of medicines
  34. 34. Going beyond curative services…… promoting holistic health care
  35. 35. Health Awareness session for women
  36. 36. Campaign against female feticide
  37. 37. Health Program for School Children
  38. 38. Basic health checkup and growth monitoring
  39. 39. Health & Hygiene Awareness Sessions
  40. 40. The journey so far….
  41. 41. 17 Smile on Wheels operational across 11 States State No of SOW Locations Gujarat 3 1-Ahmedabad, 1-Patan, 1-Jamnagar Delhi 1 1 in Delhi Jharkhand 1 Ranchi Rajasthan 4 3 in Barmer, 1 in Jaipur Uttar Pradesh 1 1 in Varanasi Bihar 1 Madhepura Maharashtra 1 Nagpur Andhra Pradesh 1 Hyderabad Haryana 1 Faridabad Karnataka 2 Bengaluru West Bengal 1 Kolkata
  42. 42. Reaching over 13.54 lakh people every month across 373 urban slums and remote villages
  43. 43. Currently, benefitting over 2 lakh beneficiaries
  44. 44. Since its inception SoW has directly benefited over 5.26
  45. 45. RECOGNITIONS
  46. 46. 'Healthcare Leadership Award 2012' instituted by Knowledge Resource Development & Welfare Group.
  47. 47. GE Healthcare Modern MediCare Excellence Award as "NGO of the Year" for innovative contribution towards health care services for the poor & needy.
  48. 48. A 2009 report by the Rockefeller Foundation on Innovative Pro-Poor Healthcare Financing and Delivery Models has also mentioned of the SoW programme , “Focusing on women and children, Smile-on-Wheels is a national multi-centric mobile hospital program that provides medical care to rural and semirural areas and urban slums where healthcare are scarce, non-existent, or non-functional”
  49. 49. Our supporters in the journey
  50. 50. Shri Pranab Mukherjee & Mr. Pratip Chaudhuri Chairman and CMD State Bank of India handing over the key to Mr. Santanu Mishra Co- Founder and Executive Trustee, Smile Foundation
  51. 51. Former US Ambassador to India, H.E. Timothy J. Romer visits SOW in Delhi
  52. 52. Famous filmaker Muzaffar Ali flagging off launch of SoW in Varanasi
  53. 53. MP Mr.Harish Chaudhary flagging off SoW in Barmer, Rajasthan in Sep 2012
  54. 54. MISSION Bring Smile on Wheels to Mumbai Mumbai Smile on Wheels all set for the launch
  55. 55. • Bring healthcare facilities to the doorsteps of over 2 lakh beneficiaries across 9 slums of Mumbai namely Santacruz, Vakholam Mahakali, Jogeshwari, Goregao, Jogeshwari, Malwani, Bandra and Khar • Directly benefit over 16000 underprivileged annually through mobile clinics • Flag off / Grace the launch and be a CHANGE MAKER
  56. 56. Smile on Wheels is the national program of Smile Foundation. Smile Foundation is a national level development organization currently reaching out to more than 300,000 underprivileged people directly through 160 welfare projects on the issues of education, healthcare, livelihood, women empowerment, and advocacy across 25 states of India. Smile Foundation dreams to take health services to as many underprivileged people as possible.
  57. 57. And there are (S)miles to go… LET’S SPREAD HEALTHY SMILES TOGETHER
  58. 58. THANK YOU

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