Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs) are community members who donate their time and are educated to help others access the advantages of the government’s different healthcare programmes. They provide a link between marginalized communities and institutions, including district hospitals, sub-centres, and primary health centres. In 2005, the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) first developed the community health volunteer programme. Click on the “Download PDF” option provided below to know more on-
- Who are ASHA volunteers?
- How many ASHAs are there in the entire nation?
- What does an ASHA worker do?
- How did the ASHA network aid in the fight against the pandemic?
- How much do ASHA workers get paid?