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  • Bridging the healthcare gap in rural India
  • Bridging the healthcare gap in rural India
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Bridging the healthcare gap in rural India

India is the seventh biggest country in the world, with the second largest population. But a sizeable proportion of citizens live in rural areas, where the healthcare infrastructure is poor. Karma Healthcare is using tech to bridge this gap and make quality and affordable services accessible.

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