Ensuring rural poor communities have access to quality health care is among RDT’s key objectives. Community Health Programmes aim at creating widespread awareness on various health aspects, especially focusing on reproductive health care, personal hygiene, nutrition, immunisation, infectious diseases including STDs/HIV/AIDS and sanitation, apart from providing health care at grassroots at affordable costs.

905 Community Health Workers (CHWs) trained by RDT, rendering healthcare services at grassroots

8,353 children suffering from chronic health problems such as Cardiac, Epilepsy, Diabetes, HIV/AIDS, Thalassemia etc. are undergoing treatment

83,779 persons were treated by field health doctors and nurses through 2 mobile health clinics and 4 rural health clinics in the year 2015-16

1,884 persons availed health referral services both at local institutions and higher institutions located in major cities for medical and surgical intervention

51,528 adolescent girls were sensitised on gender and personal hygiene