For the Public Good
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For the Public Good details the role of the Comprehensive Rural Health Project (CRHP), a groundbreaking, internationally recognized primary health care model that uses local solutions to solve intractable global health problems. Emphasizing equity and community participation, this grassroots approach recruits local women to be educated as village-based health workers. In turn, women village health workers collaborate to overcome the dominant double prejudices in local villages—caste and gender inequality.
In one generation, village health workers have progressed from child brides and sequestered wives to knowledgeable health practitioners, valued teachers, and community leaders. Through collective efforts, CRHP has reduced infant and maternal mortality, eliminated some endemic health problems, and advanced economic well-being in villages with women's cooperative lending groups.
This book describes how the recognition and elimination of embedded inequalities—in this case caste discrimination, gender subordination, and class injustice—promote health and well-being and collaboratively establish the public good.
Ethnography, Mahila Vikas Mandal, Public Health, Maharashtra, Comprehensive Rural Health Project, Scheduled Castes, Kshatriyas, Brahmin, Village Health Worker, Health, India, Jamkhed, Sub-Continent, Other Backward Classes, STs, Third World, Shudra, Scheduled Tribes, Mandal Commission, OBCs, Bombay, Ahmednagar, Caste, CRHP, Vaishyas, Women, Global Health, SCs, Equity, Gender Inequality, Anthropology, Developing World, VHW