The disease burden is high in India for obvious reasons like poor sanitations, lack of access to fresh water, poor hygiene ..etc which are common in the most developing countries.
India is the diabetes and coronary heart disease capital of the world.
About 45 million people suffer from coronary artery disease.
50.8 million Indians are diabetics.
India has the third largest number of people living with HIV in the world.
1 woman dies of cervical cancer every 8 minutes in India. For every two women newly diagnosed with breast cancer one woman dies of it in India.
2.5 million Indians living with cancer. 1300 die of cancer every day in India.
Malaria, Typhoid, Hepatitis, Jaundice, diarrhoea, cholera, and Tuberculosis are the common disease in India. Good health is the greatest blessing of life. Life is a weary burden to a person of broken health. Sickness is one of the main reasons that a poor person cannot develop in the life and remain as poor forever. Rich people in India get excellent medical treatment in the private hospitals. With limited resources and high population the Government cannot offer the necessary medical aid to all the people. The big hope for the poor village people and the un-civilised hill tribal for the necessary medical aid is the free medical camps conducted by the NGOs now and then, and the free clinics and hospitals run by the NGOs in towns and big cities.
We have conducted free medical camps in many villages with qualified doctors, nurses and health professionals and distributed thousands of dollars worth free medicines to the poor Indian villagers. For many thousands Indians this is the only medical aid they got in all theirs life at their door step in their own village. Many American doctors, nurses and health professionals regularly conducted medical camps in partner with Ebenezer Evangelistic Association. It is a great vision for us to start a hospital to help hundreds and thousands of poor Indians who are suffering with curable diseases. We have medical professionals who can volunteer thousands of hours and all we need is medicines, equipments, ambulances and building facilities. Foreign medical professionals are welcome to conduct medical camps and to serve in hospitals.