About Us


Bharat Swasthya Sankalp is a dedicated first-of-its-kind initiative, led by BharatCares, committed to revamping and upgrading healthcare in India through localised, community-driven and collaborative efforts. With our vision of "Empowering Health, One Community At A Time," we bring together the Government, Corporates, and NGOs in a collaborative mission to strengthen and upgrade Primary Health Centers (PHCs) and Community Health Centers (CHCs) nationwide.

2.5 Million +

Treated patients


Upskilled staff members


Made healthcare accessible for patients

Why is it relevant?


Many PHCs and CHCs in India face resource shortages, lack necessary medical equipment and infrastructure, which affects the quality and scope of services they can provide and contribute to the high disease burden in rural India leading to the current landscape of public health:

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    Only about 40.5% of PHCs operate 24/7

  • 2

    Only 60% of PHCs in India have all essential equipment and supplies following Ayushman Bharat Guidelines and offer round the clock intrapartum services

  • 3

    The institutional delivery rate in rural areas (86.7%) is lower than in urban areas (93.8%), highlighting a gap in the rural healthcare setup

  • 4

    In rural settings, there is a substantial shortfall in the population served compared to the required standards for PHCs (31% shortfall) and CHCs (36% shortfall)

  • 5

    Approximately 30% of PHCs do not provide any childbirth services

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    Only 7% of deliveries in rural areas occurred at PHCs

  • 7

    ​​PHCs in India are going over its capacity by 48%

  • 8

    CHCs in India are going over its capacity by 60%

  • 9

    India's Infant Mortality Rate is 27 per 1,000 live births, exceeding the global average of 17

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    India's Neonatal Mortality Rate is 20 per 1,000 live births, exceeding the global average of 16

Problems faced by community


Limited healthcare accessibility

Delayed medical diagnosis and treatment

Elevated susceptibility to complications

Escalated financial strain

Our Partners


Our Government Partnerships

Our Resource Partners



What is Bharat Swasthya Sankalp?
Bharat Swasthya Sankalp is a first-of-its-kind initiative dedicated to revolutionizing healthcare in India through collaborative efforts towards strengthening Primary Health Centers (PHCs) and Community Health Centers (CHCs) nationwide in collaboration with the Government, Corporates and Civil Society.
How does Bharat Swasthya Sankalp work?
Recognize the intricate challenges faced by India's healthcare system, Bharat Swasthya Sankalp operates on a multifaceted strategy to address PHC-CHC related issues effectively through the following activities to enhance accessibility, affordability, and availability of healthcare services for marginalized populations nationwide:
• Provision of Medical Equipment and accessories
• Revitalising and upgradation of Infrastructure
• Capacity Building and Training of Medical Staff
• Enhanced Community Engagement through Awareness Activities
What is the vision of Bharat Swasthya Sankalp?
The vision is to empower communities by revolutionizing healthcare and fostering a healthier and more equitable future. We strive to achieve this by upgrading healthcare infrastructure and services, one community at a time.
How is Bharat Swasthya Sankalp aligned with national and global priorities?
Bharat Swasthya Sankalp aligns with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) such as good health and well-being, clean water and sanitization, affordable and clean energy, and reduced inequalities. We also adhere to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles.
What impact has Bharat Swasthya Sankalp made so far?
Bharat Swasthya Sankalp has strengthened and upgraded 30 PHCs and CHCs across 8 States (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Sikkim), and has helped in treating 2.5 million patients in need.
How can corporates partners contribute to Bharat Swasthya Sankalp?
Bharat Swasthya Sankalp strategically unites corporate partners to drive impactful change by utilizing their distinct strengths, ensuring a sustainable solution for underserved communities through their corporate social responsibility commitments with multitude of advantages which can be explored here.
How can Bharat Swasthya Sankalp collaborate with NGOs?
NGOs wishing to collaborate are encouraged to complete the expression of interest form. To be eligible, NGOs should be actively involved in primary healthcare (PHC) and community health center (CHC) improvement initiatives throughout India. It's important to note that the completion of the form does not guarantee selection as a partner. All submissions will undergo thorough vetting, and those aligned with government and corporate objectives for a specific geography will be contacted accordingly.