• Arshjyot kaur,  Research co-ordinator

    TWO CHILD POLICY

    As per the report of Ministry of statistics ‘’India in figures’’ 2018, the population of India stands at 1.33 billion. An urgent need was felt to institute population control measures and the Two Child Policy was introduced by some of the state governments in this regard.   According to the policy, citizens of the country were encouraged to limit the number of children to two. While this policy was not legally binding, but was to be implemented through general awareness. It was decided that no government jobs will be given to individuals having more than two children. Assam will become the fourth state after Maharashtra (2001), Madhya Pradesh (2001), and…

  • Arshjyot kaur,  Research co-ordinator

    COMPREHENSIVE PRIMARY CARE

      INTRODUCTION According to WHO, Comprehensive Primary health care ensures people receive care – ranging from promotion and prevention to treatment, rehabilitation and palliative care – as close as feasible to people’s everyday Comprehensive primary care also includes systematically addressing the broader determinants of health (including social, economic, environmental, as well as people’s characteristics and behaviours) through evidence-informed public policies and actions across all sectors; at the same time, empowering individuals, families, and communities to optimize their health, as advocates for policies that promote and protect health and well-being. As recognized in the 2018 Astana Declaration, Primary Health Care (PHC) approach is the most effective way to sustainably solve today’s…