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Bringing Quality Healthcare

Aarohi’s Health Programme is committed to provide quality primary healthcare that is equitable, accessible and affordable with emphasis on Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Children and Adolescent Health.



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  • India


In India, access to healthcare in the rural parts of mountain districts of Uttarakhand remains unfulfilled. Given the constraints of terrain, topography, and the small and scattered nature of rural settlements, increasing the access to healthcare delivery and health information becomes necessary.

Adding to the existing gaps and burdens of healthcare in India, the COVID-19 Pandemic is challenging health systems across the rural areas. The beneficiary families are rural farmers or daily wage earners. Both private and public hospitals are out of reach of the ordinary farmer.

The healthcare services available in Haldwani are high in out-of-pocket expenses which put the family in debt during emergencies. Women form the most vulnerable section of rural mountain communities; married early, they move into a life of frequent and multiple pregnancies and childbirth; are subject to a host of social and nutritional prejudices during menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, and lactation. Ethical and humane clinical services are also out of reach.

It is clear that there is a pressing need to tackle the issue of lack of access to healthcare in rural India, and Aarohi has the solution for this.


Aarohi started basic healthcare services in 1992 to meet the desperate need of people in a remote village in Nainital District in Uttarakhand. The cottage hospital Arogya Aarohi Kendra (AAK) provides Outpatient, Inpatient, Dental, Pathological laboratory, advanced diagnostic services like Ultrasound, X–ray, E.C.G and surgical care services to the rural mountain communities.

The Mobile Medical Unit (MMU) service started by Aarohi Arogya Kendra in April 2014 has successfully completed eight years of its service. The community health service aims at building community processes to support the government run NHM to help reduce maternal and child morbidity and mortality in the rural Nainital District.

Through this myriad of services in rural Uttarakhand, Aarohi aims to address the high Maternal Mortality Rate of 99 out of 1000 live births and Infant Mortality Rate of 39 out of 1000 live births and bring high quality medical, surgical and diagnostic health care to the people of rural Uttarakhand, at affordable rates and in a humane and ethical way.

For more information on our solution, do refer to our Slide Deck.

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