We help improve access to medical facilities by providing clinical and diagnostic services at a primary health care level - with a special focus on the underprivileged.
ACF establishes diagnostic centres in remote, underserved communities with fully automated biochemistry analyzer providing real time diagnostic services, including digital x-rays and ECG.
We support communities in establishing Community Health Clinics which bridge the gap and help provide primary healthcare services to rural villages with no access to healthcare. Providing medicines for NCDs, they sustained access to affordable treatment in remote areas.
We provide early detection and screening camps with specialists like gynaecologists, pediatricians, opthalmologists and dentists on a quarterly basis in collaboration with Government, non-profit institutions and other stakeholders.
Trucker’s population is mostly vulnerable and lacks access and time for medical health. We provide primary healthcare services to the trucking community through Health Care Centres including physician, counsellor, pharmacist and outreach worker, with a focus on awareness, HIV/STI, road safety, NCDs and vision screening.
Community Clinics are offering a unique model of health provision, led and driven by the village itself. Enabled by ACF, they offer nominally priced health services with reasonably priced medicines to the community in their own villages.Know More
Sanjib (name changed) is a long haul truck driver who, like most other truckers across the country, spends an average of 12 hours on the road – driving freight over long distances and spending months at a time on the road. It’s a lonely job - away from home for months on end, most truckers visit commercial sex workers on their route, fuelling the spread of STIs and HIV/AIDS among the trucking population.Know More