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District Wise Allocation Of Funds To The Hyderabad Karnataka Region Under The National Rural Health Mission

DOI: 10.9780/22315063

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The National Rural Health Mission has been a Whistle Blower Policy started by the Government of India in April 2005 to encourage vigilant community participation in the direction of providing accessible, affordable, acceptable and accountable, effective and quality healthcare services, especially to the rural and vulnerable groups throughout the State with special focus on the backward districts with weak human development and health indicators. The launch of the mission aimed at addressing the issue of small and declining health sector financing by the Central and State governments in India. The State of Karnataka has constituted specific strategies and actions for achieving the goals set under the NRHM in its State Health Action Plan.


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