The Comprehensive Regional Health Project (CRHP)
Across Decemeber 2018 and February 2020, I shadowed a team of international medical specialists taking part in a surgical camp at the Comprehensive Rural Health Project (CRHP) in rural India. The medical team were there to offer their significant experience in performing operations on severe deformities, burn victims, and therapautic treatment in physical and neurological conditions.
“Health is a fundamental human right. Eliminating injustices which deny all people access to this right underlies the very essence of our work and our approach. Using the combined talents and energy of our staff and the families we work with, we strive to develop communities through a grassroots movement. By mobilising and building the capacity of communities all can achieve access to health care and freedom from poverty, hunger and violence."
I have compiled a collection of images in the galleries in the drop-down menu's above. Cover aspects such as the surgeons and staff in Operations, triage, around the hospital, the preschool, and much more.
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Finished in mid-2020, 'The Right to Health' documents
my time at Jamkhed.
An account of the projects history, current clinical functions, and the projects work outside the operating theatre. Contextualising the project with accounts from doctors, teachers, directors, and patients.
The book is an expansion of the content you see on this website.
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