About 75% of health infrastructure, medical manpower, and other health resources are concentrated in urban areas where 27% of the population lives. Contagious, infectious, and waterborne diseases such as diarrhea, amoebiasis, typhoid, infectious hepatitis, worm infestations, measles, malaria, tuberculosis, whooping cough, respiratory infections, pneumonia, and reproductive tract infections dominate the morbidity pattern, especially in rural areas. Your love enables us to provide health care to some of the most remote regions in India. Please keep loving as #loveneverfails