A fundamental aspect is to provide health information and primary medical assistance to the rural population.

The advancement of medical research has left the poorest population groups in India unaffected. They cannot afford to pay for doctors and clinics. The public primary care is largely inadequate or simply not available.

Especially in rural areas, public healthcare facilities often do not have enough medication and staff. Moreover, they are hardly accessible because of poor road connections. Relatively harmless infections, like diarrhea or birth complications, therefore, often end in a fatal outcome.