“Jeevan” is a measure taken by Diya India Foundation to ensure access to basic healthcare facilities for the weaker sections of our society. The foundation organises health check-up camps in the areas where taking care of one’s health is not affordable due to low or no income. Our team of doctors is well equipped with all medical facilities and are highly motivated to give back to the community.
Apart from conducting eye tests, dental checkups, yoga sessions, and blood tests, these camps also provide basic medicines free of cost to the marginalized section of society.
We understand that poor healthcare quality leads to more deaths than insufficient access to healthcare. Therefore, we identify communities that require the utmost medical attention and offer our services to improve their health status and spread awareness regarding possible health hazards.
In India, 65 percent of health expenditure is out-of-pocket, and such expenditures push some 57 million people into poverty each year. Besides, Lack of access to antibiotics kills more people currently than does antibiotic resistance.