It is a proud moment for George Clinical, India to collaborate with Project NIRAMAYA, a program for “Creation of Livelihood opportunities through Skill Development in the field of ‘Home Nursing’. In its two-fold agenda of providing sustainable healthcare support to the elderly with unmet needs in rural sectors, this program extends social and financial support for high school students and dropouts thus improving the socioeconomic status of their families.
The future of health policymaking in India requires a sustainable effort for senior citizens as two-thirds of the elderly population in India live in rural villages and nearly 50% of them are of poor socioeconomic status. NIRAMAYA provides structured vocational education training for students in contributing towards resource mobilization, capacity building for specialized geriatric care, grassroot health workers and informal caregivers focusing largely on the lower-income group.
Realizing the growing need for senior living who need physical and emotional support to live an active and healthy life, George Clinical, India in its global mission to improve the health of millions of people worldwide through clinical research supported by global delivery services, world-class scientific leadership, and therapeutic specialties is privileged to partner with our NGO Partners Samarpaka Seva Trust (SST) to drive this program. Heartfelt thanks to the leadership team in India for steering this initiative. Special thanks to Ullas Arabhavi who took time out and devotedly participated in the event along with George Clinical, India team.