The healthcare condition of Tribal rural communities in Northeast India, Mizoram (border to Burma and Bangladesh) is very poor, the IMR and MMR rate is still very low. The aim of Mission Foundation Movement in the rural community is to improve Maternal and Child Health Clinics in our communities through health education, awareness and providing primary healthcare service to the community
Infant mortality rate (IMR) in Mizoram during the fiscal year 2016-17 stood at 21 with 405 infants dying before attaining the age of one, a state health department report said. Rural have difficulties with transport and communication, and they all face the challenge of shortage of doctor and other health professionals. Many rural people are caught in the poverty, ill health, low productivity downward spiral, particularly in developing countries.
This project allows for easier access to general care, but still limits the ability to access specialty care, such as - maternity and child health. Due to the fact that improving the health of mothers and providing quality reproductive health services lowers the incidence of child morbidity and mortality and also make to the mothers educated from unknown to known in basic health. This project include human resource mobilization, community health mobilization, counselling and health teaching,
This project will help in their problem faces of not enough physical space and supplies, shortage of doctors, nurses, and other rural health care providers, aging rural population, a generally sick population amplified, lack of preventative medical care, mental health services and need for more emergency medicine.