Health And Environment

Essay by modonUniversity, Bachelor's October 2004

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6.1 Introduction: Health

"Health is wealth" a common thought in all around the world. In both developed and developing countries, health is probably one of the most important sectors, which generates intense emotional debate and ideological divisions. In Bangladesh the Fifth Five Year plans (1997-2002) states, "Providing medical care is the constitutional obligation of the Govt." The main thrust of the health program has been the provision of primary health care services that has been recognized as a key approach to attain "Health for all" by the year 2000. However during the last few decades, it becomes clear that the right of the health care is far from the absolute. Inadequate funding, inefficiency and corruption are the main problems in our health sector. The district hospitals are generally overcrowded with capacity unequal to demand. As a result poor people do not get the proper services from the Govt. hospital. A few lucky persons get the better treatment from the private sector because they can effort.

Some of them go to abroad to get the best health treatment.

Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee's (BRAC) community based health and populations program that utility community health workers and makes use of community partnership is one such successful example of extending all elements of ESP through community partnership.

6.1.2 Objective:

To capture the differences of villagers in their health conditions and concept

What are the different types of health facilities the villagers get.

To visualize the different types of health problems according the villagers.

6.1.3 Procedure:

By doing PRA in the first step.

Collecting data by using questionnaire survey.

By doing the crosscheck.


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