Indian village boy

Indian village boy

People from all walks of life attend the GHRC.  The people most in need of health care from the GHRC are from some of the most economically impoverished areas in our world today.

Most of these people are still living completely traditional lives.

This adds to their vulnerable existence in the changing world of modern India.

Many of us have been a part of the millions of tourists that visit India. From tourists, now let us become caregivers, supporting the proud people of Rajasthan, who are the very jewel in her crown.

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The GHRC care for five main groups. Most of these people still live in the traditional lands and lifestyles dating back to thousands of years.

  1. Ravali people, this tribe move along a track their ancestors have walk for 5000 years. There traditional life is now under threat because of land development. This increases their health and wellbeing needs, which can be support, if it has the funds to do so.
  2. Grassia people. These aboriginal people who still maintain their ancient traditions live a tribal existence, and are some of the most vulnerable and finically disadvantaged.
  3. The farmers.  This group are particularly susceptible to chronic illnesses such as TB and social issues. These hardworking people often need long-term support.
  4. Some of the most vulnerable people do not fit easily into a predetermined social class. These include social outcasts, abandoned children, people who are without strong social support and who have little or no chance of the most basic health care.

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