Case Study On India

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The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan would like to seize this unique opportunity to work on a case study pertaining to the medical conditions and the health situation in the Republic of India (8°4' and 37°6' north latitude and 68°7' and 97°25' east longitude). Afghanistan is merely interested in studying this nation due to its close vicinity to Afghanistan and the omnipresence of this problem in the country. In India, since the pre-independence period, healthcare has been affected by many problems. These problems encompass Malnutrition, dissemination of safe drinking water, high Infant and Neonatal Mortality, prevalence of chronic diseases, and poor sanitation. According to reports, about one-third of Indian’s are believed to be malnourished and over 40% of children are said to receive less food than they should. Infant Mortality in India is improving, but is still dire. The decline has been quite significant, from 80/1000 births in 1990 to 44/1000 births in 2013. Despite various advances, there continues to be a dearth of safe drinking water. There is a large gap in the healthcare system between urban and rural areas. This is due to a lack of healthcare resources and robust infrastructure in the rural areas. As 68 percent of the population resides in the rural areas, it can be concluded that only one-fourth of the Indian population has access to quality healthcare. Although the nation has been growing economically, the translation of that into better standards of living cannot be seen.

However there is no doubt that all problems have ameliorated significantly. This significant decline is definitely due to the efforts put to mitigate the issue. The government has included healthcare in the national agenda and has incorporated the improvement of the status of health in India in the Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012-2017). The government aims to...

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