Health Care Schemes

Provide insurance to people in Rajasthan under schemes like the Chiranjeevi Yojana

About Us

Arogya Sanrakshan which literally means ‘protecting one’s health’ is an initiative by high school students in Jaipur to build ideas that will help underprivileged people in the state with access to healthcare schemes and keep them apprised about new schemes.

Governments everywhere strive to give their citizens access to high-quality healthcare. For the welfare of the people, it is essential to raise awareness of health-related matters, ensure a robust infrastructure, and be knowledgeable about health insurance programs in a state. The Rajasthan Government occasionally takes a number of these actions. Possessing this knowledge is crucial for both the safety and improvement of citizens.

 

Our Mission

We are on a mission to raise awareness about the importance of health insurance and help people get insurance under potent schemes like the Chiranjeevi Yojana and the like. There is an urgent need to educate the rural population about the importance of health insurance and we are relentlessly working towards achieving this goal.

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Our Vision

We have a vision to help people improve their standard of living and bridge income inequalities by providing people with access to health care schemes and insurance while preventing them from spending large sums on health care. Buying a health insurance policy is highly crucial because medical care is expensive and hospitalization can burn a hole in your pocket and derail your finances. Health insurance lessens the financial stress in case of medical emergencies and covers expenses made towards doctor consultation fees, medical tests, ambulance charges, hospitalization costs and even post-hospitalization recovery costs to a certain extent.  

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Health Insurance

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Events

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Volunteers

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Health Care Projects

Why we do it

About 60% of the health expenditures in India are out of pocket and health expenses often end up pushing people into poverty. This happens because people are not willing to invest in insurance.  Some reasons for that can be:

Low level of literacy

People have difficulty comprehending government information

Temporal discounting

Since health insurance is something people have to pay for in the present but receive benefits in the future, it is subject to temporal discounting.

Lack of awareness

As health insurance is not mandatory in India, many people do not bother about it.

Success Stories

We have already provided Health insurance to 25 people under the Chiranjeevi Yojana scheme in Jaipur 

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