The below poverty line in India, absence of social security and medical insurance to the poor makes the rural people extremely helpless in the face of life threatening diseases. The malnourished even adds more vulnerable situation to them. These circumstances and inadequate health facilities in rural areas and urban slums compounds their problem even worst. Poor patients often suffer to life threatening diseases if timely medical assistance is not provided. Therefore M G C T has realized the importance of providing medical services to the poor and needy people particularly in remote villages and urban slum areas.
M G C T is extending the support and organizing medical assistance programs to benefit poor families who are living at remote villages, slums and towns. We sincerely appeal you to donate generously to help us to help to the suffering in India who can`t afford expensive medical services.
M G C T is Medical camps are conducted in remote villages and slum areas where the poor and unprivileged people can`t afford the health services. Volunteer medical professionals from hospitals and medical colleges participate in these free medical camps. The expenses of medicine are incurred from the donations supported by the generous donors like you. M G C T is dedicated to provide medical services to the poor and unprivileged people in India .
Health is vitally important for every human being in the world. What ever our differences may be, health is our most important commodity. A person in bad health cannot really live life to the fullest.Health is the state of physical, mental and social well-being and does not only mean an absence of illness or disease.
All children have the right to timely access to appropriate health services. This requires the establishment of a system to protect health, including access to essential medicine.
The realization of the right to health implies that each country will put in place health services that are available in any circumstance, accessible to everyone, of good quality and satisfactory (meaning they conform to medical ethics and are respectful of our biological and cultural differences.)However, this does not mean that the country must guarantee good health to everyone. (see also: Distinction between the right to health and the right to good health).
The right to health also involves prevention and awareness campaigns
Prevention plays an essential role in maintaining public health, particularly children’s health. Health education and vaccinations prevent the spread of infectious disease.
Vaccinations are efficient because they are fairly inexpensive and they protect children against the risk of death and handicaps caused by the most common children’s diseases (tuberculosis, diphtheria, tetanus, leprosy, polio, whooping cough, measles.) In the long term, these vaccinations can even lead to the end of these diseases in a given country.
Vaccinating children, as well as awareness campaigns, can lead to a significant reduction in health risks. Additionally, spreading basic information about hygiene, nutritional needs, etc., as well as the circulation of simple illustrations reminding people of the fundamental rules are very efficient actions for informing populations and improving healthy behavior.