Universal Health Coverage

Universal Health Coverage

  • Yog Gram – A total of 317 centres functional in 64 countries; More than 18 Palliative care strategies adopted
  • A total of 1454 Patanjali Chikitsalaya, 2994 Arogya Kendra and 262 Megastores are functional in the current scenario.
  •   •   Patanjali Yogpeeth has provided training to more than 10,000 Vaidyas, thereby honing up the clinical skills of Ayurvedic doctors of future generation.
  •   •   Patanjali Yogpeeth has been actively involved in sensitizing the farmers (~ 20, 000) about the benefits of organic farming.
  •   •   Patanjali Yogpeeth has arranged various awareness generation programmes & Yoga training courses (~ 7.5 Lakh people trained directly; 2 Crore people trained indirectly) regarding Health safety, Sanitation, Lifestyle disorders and Vedic education, thereby justifying the significance of Yoga & Ayurveda in today’s world.
  •   •   Patanjali Research Institute has also been involved in providing research-oriented training to undergraduate and post-graduate students (~ 21), thereby sensitizing them towards the preclinical and clinical trails of herbo-mineral drugs.
  •   •   Patanjali Yogpeeth has actively been involved in disaster management, e.g., Tsunami, 2004 (~ 50 Lakh INR); Bihar Flood, 2008 (~ 15,000 volunteers; Distribution of food & clothing to Lakhs of victims); Kedarnath Disaster, 2013 (Distributed tons of food material like biscuits, wheat-flour, salt, spices, mustard oil, water to the victims); Nepal Earthquake, 2015 (Medicines worth 1 Crore INR; Spent 5 Crore in relief work; More than 30, 000 volunteers organized 30 relief camps).
  •   •   Patanjali has honored the Mumbai martyrs by donating 5 Lakh INR each to their families.