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Healthcare in Rajasthan

With the various initiatives and schemes implemented by the Rajasthan Government, a poised rise in the health index of the people in the State can be seen. The Government along with public-private partnership (PPP) is working on every aspect to provide proper healthcare delivery to improve health conditions of women and child, and bettering the nutrition status in the State. Rajasthan Government is running various schemes with the support of latest technology such as ASHA (Accredited Social Health Activist) Programme, PCTS (Pregnancy, Child Tracking & Health Services Management System), IMPACT (Integrated System for Monitoring of PCPNDT Act), Saghan Nirikshan Abhiyaan, CHRIS (Computerised Human Resource Information System). Mukhyamantri Nishulk Dava Yojna (chief minister’s free medicine) was also initiated by the Government under which patients could get free generic medicines from designated drug distribution centres (DDCs). Recently, the Government has also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Tata Trust and ‘Antara’ Foundation to improve the health status of women and children.

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