How do you take modern healthcare to 1.5 million poorest of the poor in remote tribal villages?
Join us for an evening with Dr Raman Kataria, co-founder of Jan Swasthya Sahayog - People's Health Group in Chattisgarh who have developed cost effective model for Community Health to solve this problem
Be part of the change to reduce health inequity in India.
Dr. Raman Kataria is a founding member of Jan Swasthya Sahyog (JSS) (People's Health Group). JSS works in providing & developing low-cost & effective health program in rural India. A pediatric surgeon from AIIMS, a premier medical institute in India, Dr. Raman and 5 other doctors from AIIMS relocated to serve in the remote villages of Chhattisgarh in 1996.
With a deep understanding of the social determinants of health, recognizing that people everywhere have complicated health needs, JSS reaches out to 225 remote villages through its community health workers and sub-centers. The rural hospital in Ganiyari serves to a population of 1.5 million in its catchment area.
Today JSS has become a resource center for Govt and NGOs working on public health in India. A place whose humanity will transform you, whether you are seeking healthcare or are a visitor.