CARE’s healthcare initiatives aims to increase demand for and improve accessibility, availability and affordability of essential healthcare services. CARE works to promote newborn care, reduce malnutrition in children, decrease infant and maternal mortality rates, and protect those affected by or susceptible to HIV/AIDS and TB, especially women and girls. CARE works with the most vulnerable communities, providing support to address the needs of affected families.
Delivering healthcare to over a billion people is a very complex challenge. CARE India works in close collaboration with State and Central Government and other partner organisations to secure accessible and quality maternal and child healthcare among marginalised communities. We work towards identifying the root causes of healthcare challenges, provide innovative solutions, and help implement secure and quality healthcare services in India.
CARE India believes that a healthy mother and a healthy baby is the route to a productive, developed nation. Hence, CARE has specially focused upon providing comprehensive solutions to address public health problems. We promote essential new born care and immunisation, reduce malnutrition, prevent infant and maternal deaths and protect those affected by or susceptible to HIV/ AIDS and TB. CARE works closely with its partners to achieve good health care for everyone.