Since a few doctors, nurses and youths came forward to form the Sangha with conviction and indomitable courage, the organisation has been spreading out its activities in improvement of rural health in six districts of West Bengal through its 7 centres to cover near 18,000 families and a population of about 84,500.
Education concerning prevailing health problems and the methods of preventing and controlling them
Promotion of food supply and proper nutrition
An adequate supply of safe drinking water and basic sanitation
Maternal and child health care including family planning
Immunization against major infectious diseases
Prevention and control of locally endemic diseases
Appropriate treatment of common diseases and injuries
Provision of essential drugs
Health for rural masses
Literacy promotion and socio-economic development of the rural masses
Conduct research on people-oriented technology for implementation of health programmes
Training villagers in primary healthcare
Build a model village through people’s participation
Make villagers aware of their present condition and help them to be self-reliant
Non-communicable diseases like hypertension, mental stress, cardiac and other lifestyle related diseases now take the centre stage.
More robust infrastructure development.
Stress on socio-economic development and added focus on Vocational training
Generation of awareness