A vast majority of Indians are devoid of basic and adequate healthcare facilities. Available facilities are also often in deplorable conditions with shortages of medicines, doctors and nursing personnel. In its latest report, World Health Organization (WHO) identifies India along with other poorest nations in Africa and South Asia as having the greatest shortage of healthcare professionals. India has around 650,000 physicians with a density of 0.60 physicians per 1000 people. In comparison, the U.S. has 2.56 per 1000 and most Western nations have at least four times higher density of doctors than India.
Moreover, India's public health spending is among the lowest in the world at $4 a person per year, less than 1 percent of its gross domestic product. The United States spends about $2,000 a person, or almost 6 percent of gross domestic product.
HCT Health care provides healthcare facilities to the poor and downtrodden through its Periodic general medical camps, eye camps,etc.,In this year, close to 200 people were touched directly through our healthcare initiatives.
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