With no access or affordability for essential medicines,people continue to suffer. Your continuous support will help keep the fight for free essential medicines alive. Help us so that people don’t miss the medicine they need to survive. Donate now!

  #DawaKaHaq - DEMAND THE GOVERNMENT TO MAKE ESSENTIAL MEDICINES AVAILABLE AND AFFORDABLE FOR ALLOver 6.3 crore people in India sink into poverty each year as a result of unaffordable health care costs. Even though India has some of the most luxurious hospitals in the world yet our people...

With no access or affordability for essential medicines,people continue to suffer. Your continuous support will help keep the fight for affordable essential medicines alive so that people don’t miss the medicine they need to survive. Donate now!

  #DawaKaHaq: Access to Essential Medicines Still Remains a Key QuestionEven though India has some of the most luxurious hospitals in the world yet in a single year about 5.5 crore Indians were pushed into poverty as a result of unaffordable health care costs and 3.8 crore of them fell...

Oxfam India is helping people from marginalized communities demand affordable and essential medicines. Your support will help people living in poverty receive life-saving medicines and healthcare. Donate now!

  WHY DONATE?Even though India has some of the most luxurious hospitals in the world yet over 46 crore people in India do not have regular access to essential medicines*. Every year, crores of people are pushed into poverty due to unavailability or high expenditure on medicines and...

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Outsourcing of Mobile Medical Units in Chhattisgarh, A Case Study

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Regulatory Capture and Access to Healthcare India Case Study

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A functional rural health centre shows the way in Bihar

Sharelines Read how a community transformed a defunct health centre into one of the best in the region in #Bihar. http://bit.ly/1IqhfNF @OxfamIndia and partner helps a community transform its health centre in #Bihar. http://bit.ly/1IqhfNF The Health Sub Centre (HSC) at Marwatoli village, which...

Here’s Why States Need to Provide Free Basic Medicines

Sharelines Millions of Indians choose not to get medical treatment when ill because they cannot afford it. Read more http://bit.ly/1o9d5HP Nabina’s family has been in debt since she got fever last year. Find out why http://bit.ly/1o9d5HP Last year, 18-year-old Nabina Bagartee, who lives in village...

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