Organization for Social Impact and Assessment (OSIA) Trust organization

We live in a world where gender has a direct impact on our lifestyles. Gender difference dictates almost every aspect of our lives and the healthcare system is no different. women in India currently experience a variety of health issue which eventually have an impact on many aspects and these can be  can be evaluated through multiple indicators such as geography, culture and socioeconomic status.. They face a range of health issues that are not specific to reproductive health, including malnutrition, anaemia, and mental health disorders. Social Norms and stigma around women’s  health also play an important role in creating the gender gap.

due to the lack of bodily autonomy and lack of resources that affect women’s health in various aspect like-

Lack of accessibility

Women living in rural areas often have limited access to healthcare facilities. They may have to travel long distances to reach the nearest healthcare center, which can be difficult and expensive

Lack of affordability

Healthcare services in India can be expensive, and many women may not be able to afford the cost of healthcare services. This is especially true for women from low-income households.

Gender bias

Women may face discrimination and bias in healthcare settings, which can prevent them from receiving proper care. This can include negative attitudes from healthcare providers, as well as a lack of understanding of women’s health issues.

Lack of awareness:

Many women in India may not be aware of their rights and the healthcare services that are available to them. This can prevent them from seeking help when they need it and lead to delays in treatment. Organization for Social Impact and Assessment (OSIA) Trust partners up with grassroots organizations and community leaders to improve quality of water and to elevate sanitation and hygiene practices. It also uses the services of health officers and health centers to introduce its programs into local communities. Which helps the beneficiaries of the projects to become advocates of the program, training their peers and families and spreading the message of clean water and health.