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SAPNA was registered in Delhi under the Societies Registration Act (XXI) of 1860 on October 21, 2004, by a group of professionals who shared a dream to work on a people-centric model of development in areas of public health, education, women empowerment, community development and social welfare. Inspired by Gandhian ideals of social change, SAPNA's primary objective is to:+ Read More

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Despite several growth-oriented policies adopted by the government, the widening economic, regional and gender disparities are posing challenges for the health sector. About 75 per cent of health infrastructure, medical manpower and other health resources are concentrated in urban areas where only 27 per cent of the population lives. Contagious, infectious and waterborne diseases, such as diarrhoea, amoebiasis, typhoid, infectious hepatitis, worm infestations, measles, malaria, tuberculosis, whooping cough, respiratory infections, pneumonia and reproductive tract infections, dominate the morbidity pattern, especially in rural areas. However, non-communicable diseases, such as cancer, blindness, mental illness, hypertension, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, accidents and injuries, are also on the rise. The health status of Indians, especially that of the rural population, is still a cause for grave concern. This is reflected in the life expectancy (65 years), infant mortality rate (55/1,000 live births) and maternal mortality rate (438/100,000 live births). However, over a period of time, considerable progress has been made. To improve the prevailing situation, the problem of rural health has to be addressed both at the macro (national and state) and micro (district and regional) levels.

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SAPNA recognises that livelihood promotion through professional skills development is the only route to dealing with poverty, vulnerability and issues related to working conditions and remuneration at work

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Established in November 2010, the Jan Seva Kendra is a one-window system, set up in collaboration with the E-Mitra Seva of Rajasthan Government, which provides for government-to-citizen services and business-to-citizen services to the rural folk for payment of electricity and telephone bills, mobile and DTH recharge, railway reservations, payment of LIC instalments, etc. It also facilitates procurement of land records, caste and domicile certificates, stamp papers, etc., at a nominal cost. The Centre also facilitates filling up of various forms.

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