Best ideas for the poor people in India
There is no religion greater than the service of poor, helpless people. Even today, people deprived of the benefits of proper healthcare, especially in rural and backward areas, crave for treatment. Such people are struggling with the lack of funds for treatment.
Personal Healthcare No Clear View
Health is often considered to be a personal matter that one can enjoy at a personal level, be aware or strive for improvement. From this perspective, the responsibility for a person's poor health falls on him. In this way, the physical, financial and emotional pressure to seek health services also falls on the same person. There is still no clear view of the role of the economic, social and political system of the society in better health of the entire population and its effect on personal health.
Poor People Healthcare Services-THE BEST
Poor people are expected to become ill early, their access to health services is also limited because they are unable to afford the treatment. On the other hand, due to poor health, the person's chances of becoming poor increase because his income decreases due to illness while the additional cost of treatment is incurred. The health system should be developed in such a following ways to provide healthcare to poor people.
Jan Aushadhi Store has the facility of free medicines for the poor with cheap screening
Ensuring affordable and accessible medicines to the poor is the priority of the government. Generic medicines are being made available at nominal prices through the Pradhan Mantri Jan Aushadhi Kendra opened under the National Health Policy (2017). The Jan Aushadhi Store is also providing the facility of free medicines to the poor with cheap screening.
Policy focus on Divyang community
Before 2014, only 55 camps were organized for the differently abled, whereas over 6000 camps have been organized in the last four years. Different people have been subject to neglect for a long time and the Government of India has given policy attention to the Divyang community with initiatives like Sulabh Bharat.
Continuous budgetary increase for tribal welfare
In the Union Budget 2018-19, it is proposed to increase the allocation for the Scheduled Castes category. The allocation of funds for Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) was increased to Rs 56,619 crore and Rs 39,135 crore respectively. In the earlier budget, the Government of India for tribal welfare. Constant budgetary growth. Increased from 4827.00 crores in 2016-17 to 5329.00 crores in 2017-18.
Special attention to tribal education
In the last three years 51 Eklavya Model Residential Schools were formed. In 2017-18, 14 such schools were approved for which an amount of 322.10 crore was released. Now the Ministry has sanctioned 271 such schools from 190, due to special focus on tribal education, 51 EMRSs were started in just three years. At present, more than 52 thousand tribal students are studying in 161 EMRS schools in the country. Not only this, the government has approved 72 new EMRS schools in the last three years.
The government has started work on its biggest scheme to benefit the poor and the lower classes in the country. Under this, about 50 crore people working in the unorganized sector will be brought under Universal Social Security. The Ministry of Labor was engaged in preparing the scheme for this scheme for some time. This scheme will benefit those people who now run roti-roti through hard work, daily wages or farming. The government will give pension to such people, if sudden death or disability comes, then they will also get compensation. Also, people will have the option of medical expenses and unemployment allowance.
Approximately Rs 2 lakh crore has been estimated to be spent to implement this scheme for the lowest 40 percent population of the hard working class in the country. This section will not have to pay any money on its behalf in the scheme. While the remaining 60 percent of the population will have to pay some share from their own pockets. Under this scheme, every person will be given a universal social security code. At present, this scheme will be for the poorest sections first. Later, in 5 to 10 years, 50 crore people will have come under its purview.
Health insurance for the poor-THE BOON
Ayushman Bharat Yojana is proving to be a boon for the poor and helpless people. The scheme, launched by the Prime Minister from Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand on 23 September, has been planned by targeting around 50 crore people in the country. The scheme has been launched with the objective of providing better healthcare and treatment to the poor and deprived sections of the society. Under the scheme known as Modi Care in the world, 10 crore poor and middle class families i.e. 50 crore people of the country will get the facility of medical insurance of Rs 5 lakh per annum. For this, the government has also planned to strengthen medical facilities across the country, under which 1.5 lakh wellness centers are being opened. Under the Ayushman Bharat Scheme, 1350 diseases are being treated.
Regeneration of backward districts
This is an indication of how serious the government is for the welfare of the backward and poor; It is from this that the government has firstly planned the development in the 100 most backward districts of the country. The NITI Aayog will work in collaboration with the rest of the concerned ministries on this plan. It is not hidden from anyone that what the most backward districts mean? These are the districts where Dalits and Adivasis generally have more population. That is, the government's eye is on the upliftment of the needy.
Choice of impure fuel
Since the launch of Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana on 1 May 2016, 5 crore 58 lakh 32 thousand 496 women of BPL families have got LPG connection till 01 October 2018. According to the WHO report, the smoke inhaled by women from impure fuel is equivalent to burning 400 cigarettes an hour. It was also estimated that around 5 lakh deaths in India are caused by impure cooking fuel. In fact, India has around 24 crore households, of which 41 per cent of the households i.e. about 10 crore families were dependent on fossil fuels till the beginning of the scheme. Now, with LPG connections, the government has not only ensured the health of five and a half crore families but empowered women in other ways.
Freedom from open defecation
Open defecation is a major problem in the country. In particular, there was no talk of the poor to build a toilet. The total number of toilets built from 2014-2018 is higher than the total toilets built between 1947-2014. On October 2, 2014, rural sanitation coverage was 38.7 percent. By October 01, 2018, rural sanitation coverage crossed the 90 percent mark. More than 5 lakh 04 thousand 316 villages have been declared Open Defecation Free. It is worth mentioning that the household toilets built during the period 1947 to 2014 were 6.37 crore, while 9 crore 17 lakh 11 thousand 152 household toilets have been constructed in four years till October 01, 2018.
Special attention to the death of the families of poor people
On May 9, 2015, the government has launched an important revolutionary scheme in the event of death of family members. Under this, there are two insurance plans of Rs 12 and Rs 330 annually, which are very important from the point of view of social security. As of June 25, 2018, 13 crore 53 lakh 41 thousand people have been linked to Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana. At the same time, 5 crore 47 lakh people have been connected under the Prime Minister Jeevan Jyoti Yojana till October 1, 2018.
Facility to make houses of poor
Under the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Awas Yojana, there is a plan to provide pucca houses to one crore poor by 2019. Whereas in 2022, two crore poor have to be made permanent homes by 2022. This ambitious plan of the government is being implemented on a war footing. For this, the government has gathered on a war footing. June 25,
As of 2018, one crore houses have been built under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana. It is evident that under the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Awas Yojana, basically Dalits, backward and tribals will get the benefit.
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